The Team Roping Journal


The Torres Brothers—Joshua and Jonathan—have consistently been Top-30 team ropers in recent years. This 2019 rodeo season has been no exception, but there have been horse-related curveballs to contend with. This month, we’ll talk about where Joshua’s ace head horse, the 9-year-old dun he calls Junior, has been and when he’s due back. Next month, we’ll move over to the heeling side and focus on Jonathan’s bay Biggie, who at 13 is also MIA since being kicked in the warmup arena at the Reno Rodeo in June.

A year ago this month, Joshua and Jonathan Torres were ranked 15 in the world and seemingly on the brink of qualifying for their

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