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Cheyenne Frontier Days Team Roping Photos

Wednesday, July 27, 2011 - The Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo -
Team Roping Photos

Team Roping Photos


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Joel Bach, Millsap, TX heads one for heeler Allen Bach (shown below), Weatherford, TX.

Team ropers Joel Bach and Allen Bach


Heeler Allen Bach and header Joel Bach.

Team roping: Allen Bach (left) and Joel Bach 


Lance Brooks, Bitter Water, CA heads a steer for heeler Ryan Motes (shown below), Weatherford, TX.

Team roping header Lance Brooks


Ryan Motes catches the heels.

Team roping heeler Ryan Motes


Trevor Brazile, Decatur, TX got his rope underneath his horse's tail.

Rope under a horse's tail


He quickly got the rope out from under the tail, but the run ended in a no-time for him and partner Patrick Smith (not shown), Midland, TX.

Getting a rope out from underneath a horse's tail


Clay Tryan, Billings, MT, header / Travis Graves, Jay, OK, heeler.

Team roping header Clay Trayan with 
heeler Travis Graves


Ty Blasingame, Ramah, CO, makes a head catch for heeler Cody Hintz (not shown), Spring Creek, NV.

Team roping: A header makes a catch


Nick Rawlings, Stephenville, TX closes in on his steer. Partner Dakota Kirchenschlager is shown below.

Team roping at Cheyenne Frontier Days


Dakota Kirchenschlager, De Leon, TX, makes heeling look easy.

Dakota Kirchenschlager


Mitchell Spencer, Colusa, CA. The heeler was Broc Cresta (not shown), Santa Rosa, CA.

Team roping: Header Mitchell Spencer

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