Arlee is proud of our rich rodeo heritage, including top performers in team roping like Bobby Schall, who won multiple regional championships between 1970 and 1990, and Jerry Matt, a top regional competitor in the 1960s.

In team roping, two riders work together to rope a steer in the quickest time possible. One rider, the header, ropes the steer around the horns and turns it, while the other rider, the heeler, ropes the steer’s hind legs. The riders must complete their task as quickly and accurately as possible to get the best score. At professional levels, a successful team can stretch the steer in just 4-12 seconds, but lower level teams may take longer. It’s a thrilling and challenging event that requires precision and teamwork, making it a favorite among rodeo fans.