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Your Target & Position Has to Match Your Roping Style

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Fine Tuning Horsemanship: Allowing Your Horse to Read Your Energy

In this month’s issue, Bobby Mote talks on page 40 about how Miles Baker and I helped him with his body position going to the steer. I want to elaborate here.

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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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FINDING THE RUN: How to Add Speed to a Cow Horse

How the Relentless Remuda's Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker get the most run possible out of cow-bred horses.

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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.

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Why Trevor Brazile Has Always Admired Lari Dee Guy

Trevor Brazile sits down with Lari Dee Guy to share his reasoning for looking up to the WPRA World Champion.

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The Beginning: Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile’s Partnership

Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile sit down to discuss how their friendship and partnership all started.

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The Right Start: Finding the Right Help to Get Started in Team Roping

Finding effective help to help you start your roping journey is key.

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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.

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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.

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