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    07-17-2007, 10:48 PM
I do team penning at my barn every Friday night from mid-April to mid-November. We don't have many cows at my barn, so we do 2-on-1. I compete on my paint mare, Sierra Lynne. We've only been doing it for a year now, which is how long I've been at my barn. She took to the cows right away and has done so well with them. She's come such a long way in terms of finding the cow we need, cutting him and (trying) to keep him from getting back to the herd. She really is a natural and I've been very blessed to be learning such a great sport with her. During the winter months, another barn will usually host ranch sorting in their indoor arena, so that's what some of us from the barn do during the off-season.
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    07-17-2007, 10:53 PM
I thought team penning was roping the calf by the horns then your parterner roping the back legs
    07-18-2007, 01:00 PM

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