We don’t mind saying it. Lone Star has the fastest ropes.
The statement might be arguable, but we think it’s on the money when you look at what happened at the National Finals Rodeo in December.
Here’s a breakdown of what our Lone Star Pro Team was up to in Vegas:
- Sawyer Gilbert won the 2021 World Championship and average. She was the only breakaway competitor to rope all 10 head and finished with an average of 46.3 seconds
- Breakaway roper Joey Williams clocked the fastest time in two rounds - 1.7 and 1.8 - and shared fastest time in a third
- Coleman Proctor, with heeler Logan Medlin, won two rounds at the NFR, including the ninth round where the duo grabbed an event-best time of 3.5 seconds
- Dustin Egusquiza, who left Las Vegas ranked No. 3 in the world, tied for the fastest time with partner Travis Graves with a 3.5 in the 10th round
Thanks to legendary rope maker Guy Alford’s attention to detail and keen understanding of what these athletes need to succeed on the rodeo world’s grandest stage, Lone Star is proud of how well our ropes hold up to the competition year in and year out.