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Facing Team Roping Trevor Brazile


Here’s How Headers Should Finish a Run When the Roping is Flagged on the Heels

Please: Don’t stop forward motion or turn up the arena to the catch pen.

Ride into the Box

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Is There a Right Way to Ride into the Head Box?

Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker talk about the way they ride their horses into the head box.

Head Horse Checklist Trevor Brazile

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Trevor Brazile’s Junior Rodeo Head Horse Checklist

Here's Trevor Brazile's checklist for buying a head horse for his son's junior rodeo...

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Your Target & Position Has to Match Your Roping Style

Trevor Brazile

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How Much Should Your Young Head Horse Know BEFORE You Enter Him?

Trevor Brazile talks through the Relentless Remuda's rope-horse training benchmarks.

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Trevor Brazile’s Guide for Protecting Your Horse Investment

The rope horse market has exploded, and good horses are expensive. Here’s how you can protect your investment.


Is Your Body Movement Costing You Time in the Face?

If you’re moving your shoulders or hips more than you’re moving your horse’s shoulders and hips, you could be giving the steer his head back or keeping the flagger from stopping the run.

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Heel Horse Breaking Too Wide? Fix It the Right Way

When your heel horse breaks wide, how are you addressing it? Too many ropers point their horses toward the chute to over-correct it, when that just causes the horse to break even wider to avoid hitting the chute itself.

Trevor Brazile Tuckin Away Buckles American Rope Horse Futurity Association

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YOU CAN DO BETTER: Pinpointing How to Improve Your Roping

Using your results to dictate changes in your future preparation—at every level of team roping.

Team Roping Tips

Add Speed to a Cow Horse with Brazile and Baker

We’ve talked a lot about finding rate in a running-bred head horse. But just as many ropers—if not more—need to learn how to add speed to a cow-bred horse.

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