#11 Ram Exclusive & #12 Shoot-Out
There are good days in team roping, and then there are great days. And for Oklahoma’s Colton Scott, Tuesday, Oct. 23, was a great day.
Scott first won the #12 Shoot-Out heeling for family friend Briar Teague, stretching four steers in 29.65 seconds worth $45,500. -ust hours later, he came tight on his short-round steer behind Missouri’s 'anny Miller, winning the average in 30.77 seconds on four head, worth another $34,000 in the #11 Ram Exclusive.
“Nothing comes close as far as money or atmosphere,” Scott said. “I’ve got to thank, first of all, my Lord and Savior -esus Christ. Then next would be my dad. We stay busy doctoring cattle. My dad, he’s the biggest thing—he stayed up until midnight the week before turning all those practice steers for me. Without him, I wouldn’t have won any of it. My dad—his name’s Shawn—and I work together on the ranch and we rope together. We’re best friends. We do everything together.”