Catch’em if you can: More than 100 teams hit the Calnash Ag Event Centre Jan. 26 for the second round of the Ponoka Winter Team Roping Series, competing in two different categories. It was a tough go for many of the ropers as several went through with a no time, being unable to lasso the rear legs. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Photo: Team Roping Winter Series

Round two of the series held Jan. 26

Catch’em if you can: More than 100 teams hit the Calnash Ag Event Centre Jan. 26 for the second round of the Ponoka Winter Team Roping Series, competing in two different categories. It was a tough go for many of the ropers as several went through with a no time, being unable to lasso the rear legs. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

Round two of the series held Jan. 26

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