At Roping.com, we believe in learning from the best. So we have partnered with world champion team roping coaches to deliver strategic coaching, wisdom, and run critiques to our valued members.
Check out their live videos, comments, and run critiques in our private, members-only Facebook group.
7X WORLD CHAMPION
Jake Barnes is a seven-time world champion team roper (header) who was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1997 and recently inducted in the the Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame in 2018. As a Gold Buckle Champion, Jake has earned his reputation through over 40 years of remarkable roping success and distinguished achievements, including a 3-time WNFR Average Champion, a 12-time RNCFR Qualifier, and a 4-time RNCRF Champion. Jake and his wife Toni reside in Scottsdale, AZ and have five children. “Some people never find their purpose in life but I’ve always known mine was that I was born to be a cowboy.”
2X WORLD CHAMPION
Matt Sherwood is a two-time world champion team roper (header) whose professional rodeo and roping career spans over two decades. Matt is a 5-time WNFR qualifier and a 9-time RNCFR qualifier and has consistently won at competitions across the country. In recent years, his championship wins have included those at the Missoula Stampede (MT), The Lakeside Rodeo (CA), the Bozeman Stampede (MT, and many more. Prior to entering professional roping, Matt worked in the construction industry and owned a flooring company. Matt and his wife Kim have seven children and reside in Pima, Arizona. One of Matt’s favorite quotes is: “There is no chance, no fate, no destiny that can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul.” – Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Legacy Coach - Rickey Green
11X NFR QUALIFIER
Throughout his time as a coach with Roping.com, the late legend Rickey Green contributed thousands of coaching comments, video critiques, and professional videos to our community. As our Legacy Coach, we are proud to say his legacy and his spirit lives on here. Rickey was an 11-time WNRF qualifier and won all of the major rodeos including Reno and the Cow Palace. Rickey earned his well-deserved reputation with over 30 years of teaching experience and through his professional roping career. He lived in Texas with his wife, Kelly, and their daughter Whitney and is missed by all who knew and loved him.