Stacey Martin

Stacey Martin

6 Seasons

Stacey Martin’s teaching method breaks the sport into three parts: learning to compete (mental toughness), physical fitness and goat tying. She believes drills and slow work are paramount in developing the muscle memory required to be successful in rodeo. Martin’s students also practice in high-pressure situations such as relays and matches to prepare for competition days. Dismounting is another key aspect of the sport, so Martin helps students improve their horsemanship and work through any issues with their horses.

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Stacey Martin
  • Goat Tying Practice Session

    Episode 1

    Being ready for any scenario is crucial. In this practice session, Stacey Martin has her girls practice different situations they may run into in the goat tying.

  • Goat Tying Warm-Up

    Episode 2

    Goat tying is a physcially-demanding sport, and having the right warm-up drills is essential. Stacey Martin demonstrates a few warmups goat tyers can do to get ready for a run.

  • Goat Tying Groundwork- The Approach, Flank, Gather and Tie

    Episode 3

    Stacey Martin walks through the groundwork drills she uses at her Next Level Goat Tying Clinics to work on approaching the goat, flanking, gathering and tying.

  • Slow Work for Goat Horses

    Episode 4

    Training a goat horse requires patience and slow work. In this video, Stacey Martin walks through how to slowly start a goat horse.

  • Building Consistency in Horse Work

    Episode 5

    To train a goat horse, you have to make runs at all speeds. Stacey Martin explains how to build consistency in a new goat horse by making runs at every speed.