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He’s also had four runner-up finishes: 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011.

It’s no coincidence that Tryan finished atop the 2013 world standings, currently leads the 2014 world standings and only a few months in, already leads the 2015 world standings.

“Team roping is a different event, it takes a little longer for you to reach your peak,” said Tryan, who turned 35 this past May. “When I was younger, I looked at the older guys who were winning with admiration. Now I’m one of them, I’m right in the middle of it.

“The goal is to win again. I’d like to repeat.”

Tryan starts pursuit of his third gold buckle on Thursday at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.

The NFR is scheduled to wrap up with the 10th round Dec. 13.

It is Tryan’s 13th NFR. He is trying to become the first team roping header to win back-to-back world titles since Speed Williams in 2003 and 2004.

“I feel good about the NFR, I always do,” Tryan said. “It is a little different from the first time you go when you’re younger. Now it’s your job.

“But I still most definitely love it. I’m enjoying it. And now the kids are older, I think they’re enjoying it more than I am.”

Tryan and his wife Bobbie are the parents to three sons: Tyler (8), Braylon (7) and Dash, who was born this past April.


For the second straight year, Tryan is roping with Jade Corkill, who is chasing his third consecutive team roping heading title.

“Jade Corkill is one of the best team ropers ever, I truly believe that,” Tryan said.

Tryan credits an attitude change five years ago for his recent surge of success. He has had three top-two finishes in the last four years.

“I’m the most competitive person I’ve ever met,” he admitted. “I used to be real hard on myself. I just learned to rope and whatever happens, happens. It’s never from a lack of effort.

“As you get older, you realize a lot of effort goes into qualifying. To get there, because there are so many good ropers out there, you have to give more effort.”

Tryan and Corkill got off to a fast start in 2014, “Probably the best start I’ve ever had,” he said, then were consistent the rest of the year.

Tryan won team roping titles at only four places, including three in California and a rodeo in Arkansas with Wesley Johnson.

“We finished OK,” Tryan added.

The two have been roping daily in preparation of their title defenses.

“We try to eliminate the mistakes,” Tryan said.

For the NFR, he will be aboard Dew, his top heading horse.

“He scores well and in my opinion, one of the best horses going,” said the owner. “It’s a huge advantage to having him.

“Rodeo is a sport where you don’t get that many opportunities to win a world title every year, so when you do, you have to take care of business. I want to go to the Finals, rope well and enjoy myself.

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