PRO TEAM

COLEMAN PROCTOR

BIOGRAPHY

Coleman Proctor has made seven trips to the NFR since going pro in 2004. The header’s most recent appearance was in 2022, when he finished sixth in the team roping world standings and has earned $1,585,460 during his career.

Proctor grew up in Miami, Oklahoma, part of a family that saw his mom, dad and both sisters rope. He entered his first roping contest when he was 9.

Proctor says the highlight of his career so far has been winning the George Strait Team Roping Classic in 2010 with his best friend and then partner, Jake Long. The two lifelong pals bested more than 465 teams to take first.

Coleman and his wife, Stephanie, have two daughters, Stella and Caymbree. The family lives in Pryor, Oklahoma.

If you’re not making someone else’s life better,
you’re wasting your time.

SHOP COLEMAN PROCTOR'S GEAR

BLOGS


 

TOGETHER AGAIN

Coleman Proctor and his partner Logan Medlin took the win again at the Fallon County Fair & Rodeo in Baker, Montana this August, but it was Coleman's palomino Admiral that stole the show.

The horse has been out of competition since last summer when he went out with an injury to his right leg in the second run of the Daddy of ‘Em All in Cheyenne. Extensive rehabilitation followed. Thanks to Signature Equine Hospital in Texas, Admiral rose to the occasion in Montana.

 

MAKING ANOTHER RUN

AT THE NFR

Coleman Proctor has been roping long enough to know what works and what doesn’t. The six-time NFR qualifier stuck to his game plan last year and found himself ranked 8th in the world when the season was over. This year, Coleman - along with heeling partner Logan Medlin - is on track to qualify for his seventh.

 

 

"THE ABSOLUTE PINNACLE OF CONSISTENCY"

Proctor’s weapon of choice in the arena is The Fever head rope. This uniquely engineered five-strand head rope has a nylon/poly blend and features a multi-directional, double-twisted core to counterbalance the rope as a whole.

 

COLEMAN PROCTOR ON HIS FANTASY DINNER AND WHAT HE'D ASK JESUS

If you’re not busy - and you receive an invitation, of course - you won’t want to miss Coleman Proctor’s fantasy dinner party. For starters, the food will be catered by J.L’s in Pryor, Oklahoma, home of the “best barbecue money can buy.”

 

 

 

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WHAT IT TAKES?

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THINK YOU HAVE

WHAT IT TAKES?

WE WANT YOU ON OUR TEAM! APPLY TO BECOME A LONE STAR ROPES AMBASSADOR TODAY. IT TAKES LESS THAN A MINUTE TO APPLY, AND WORTH EVERY SECOND.