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Shot at two-time World Champion and Contestant Director Kaleb Driggers’ Stephenville, Texas, arena, the 2023 NFR Steer Break In is never-before-seen footage of the best ropers in the world getting their first taste of the Hill Rodeo Cattle steers that they’ll rope at the Wrangler National Finals ...
Description: Rhen Richard explains the conformation of a 5-year-old head horse and how his structure affects his performance. Then he breaks down how he warms the horse up, and finally what his practice session looks like.
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.
In this video, world champion tie-down roper, Shad Mayfield, explains the basic methods for tying a calf down in tie-down roping. He breaks down how to use the piggin string correctly, what a "hooey" is, and when to use one wrap versus two. Mayfield also explains the proper way to use your knees ...
Practice Session with Sarah Angelone and Shad Mayfield
In this practice session, Shad Mayfield is riding one of his good horses, 16-year-old Hot Rod, and Sarah Angelone is riding a 6-year-old horse. Mayfield focuses on keep his horse running through the throw and keeping his left shoulder up. Angelone is focused on keeping her horse free by scoring a...
Even when heading, instilling circles is important. Dean Tuftin explains how following the dummy in a circle when heading reinforces a horse's left lead and keep them left at a good width from a steer.
Cesar de la Cruz and his brother developed a special dummy for the cattle at the National Finals Rodeo, where the steers’ legs come out more wide-legged than at a normal rodeo. In this video, de la Cruz describes how he heels his “Clifford Franklin” dummy to master his coverage and timing on the ...
Hox and Pipe Sawhorse Session with Cesar de la Cruz
Cesar de la Cruz believes the heel loop is never thrown; instead, he says it’s placed in position. He talks about how to finesse his heel loop to the ground with his fingertips without even swinging the rope.
The way you hold your coils and your reins affects your horsemanship as much as it affects your roping. Feeding with your rein-hand, improper coil position and improper elbow control all can be detrimental to your horsemanship and your roping. The 26-time World Champion Trevor Brazile explains why.
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.