Elevate your horsemanship skills to excel in the dynamic world of team roping with our comprehensive video collection. Our expert coaches, including Clay O'Brien Cooper, Trevor Brazile, Miles Baker, Rhen and Kaden Richard and Dakota Kirchenschlager, provide invaluable insights into the crucial role of horsemanship in roping success.

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  • 3 Tips for Leaving Flat From the Box

    Riding the famous stallion The Darkk Side, Trevor Brazile explains what leaving flat means in the box, and how he uses his body to stay with the horse from the corner to the steer. He talks through the problems created by squatting in the corner, and Brazile talks about how to eliminate squatting...

  • How to Gain Collection

    In Miles Baker’s second video on collection, he demonstrates what collection means when it comes to controlling a rope horse prospect's stride, explaining how he uses his feet and his hands to gain collection.

  • The Word "Collection" with Miles Baker

    Horsemen throw the word “collection” around a lot. But for Miles Baker and Trevor Brazile, collection has a clear relationship to the horse’s feet, not his face. In this video, Baker explains the Relentless Remuda’s definition of collection.

  • Over Bridling vs. Collection

  • Introducing a Young Horse to a Crowded Warm-Up Pen

  • How to Teach Stop in a Young Horse

  • Transitioning Into the Bridle

    Trinity Haggard is A&C Racing and Roping’s colt-starting specialist, and in this video he rides a rope-horse prospect as he begins transitioning him from a snaffle to a bridle. Haggard explains how to show the horse how to respond to the leg and the bridle, explaining pressure and release and the...

  • Counter Cantering 3-Year-Old Warmup with Trinity Haggard

    Trinity Haggard is A&C Racing and Roping’s colt specialist, who instills in all the program’s horses the fundamentals Kaden and Rhen need in high-end horse prospects. In this video, he talks through a warm-up regimen on a 3-year-old that involves counter-cantering for shoulder control—a fundament...

  • Tie-Down Length with Miles Baker

    When introducing a young horse to a tie-down, Miles Baker starts off with it looser. Miles explains why he does this and how he goes about tightening it up over time.

  • Ideal Buttons in a 2-Year-Old

    What would the full package of buttons on a 2-year-old look like for Miles Baker? Miles uses Cardi BRelentless, a 2-year-old running-bred filly, to explain.

  • Analyzing Pedigree and Conformation on A&C Racing and Ropings Yearlings

    A&C Racing and Roping’s Rhen Richard walks through his set of yearlings, explaining the crosses and what he sees in each colt.

  • Analyzing Pedigree and Conformation on A&C Racing and Ropings Weanlings

  • Inside the Remuda: Lambo

  • Using a Breakaway Hondo on a Young Head Horse (PART 2)

    Bonus video from Not all breakaway runs are created equal. Miles Baker and Trevor Brazile explain the intricacies of how they use a breakaway in their program and why. PART 2

  • Reinforcing Fundamentals in Young Horses

    When approaching pre-event practice on a young horse, your best bet is to reinfornce fundamentals rather than ram-and-jam training into them. American Champ Ryan Motes outlines how he approaches practice on his ready-to-go good young horses. 

  • Switchenders

    Some horses are more natural in the heading, while others excel in the heeling. In young horses, it's not always easy to know which way a horse should go. Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker like to head and heel on their green horses to help them develop and to figure out where they belong.

  • Letting Colts Make Mistakes

    Trevor Brazile might be a perfectionist when it comes to every element of his game, but that doesn't mean he demands perfection every step of the way from his horses. In this video presented by Cactus Ropes, Brazile talks about how he allows his horses to make mistakes so that they learn what he ...

  • Green Horse Confidence-Building Practice on Muleys

    Ryan Motes and Brock Hanson practice on some muleys to keep their young horses confident and make it

  • DT Horses Masterclass: Slow Roping Session 4

    Keeping horses soft throughout the entire training process is important. In this video, Dean Tuftin explains why this is and how they begin the process when horses are in their 2-year-old year getting them broke and laterally and vertically soft.

  • DT Horses Masterclass: Slow Roping Session 3

    In this video, Dean Tuftin is on a 5-year-old colt that still has some green spots to him. Tuftin tries some fresher cattle to see where he's at, focusing on keeping a left lead and keeping him soft.

  • DT Horses Masterclass: Slow Roping Session 2

    Fresh muleys are good for young horses because they keep moving forward. Dean Tuftin explains how they help train young, green horses to not worry about a hit in front of them because of the constant forward motion.

  • DT Horses Masterclass: Slow Roping Session 1

    When a horse doesn't read your seat, you can feel it. It makes a heeler feel like their horse isn't rating and that they're going to have to pull more. Dean Tuftin explains how to get a horse to read your seat and why it's important.

  • DT Horses Masterclass: Slow Roping Warm-Up

    To introduce young horses to live cattle, DT Horses trail them around behind a lead steer in a circle. This is a great opportunity to introduce young horses to starting out of the box, too. Dean Tuftin explains how this is a nice warm-up before a roping session.