Roping Lesson with Lari Dee Guy: The Left Hand
There’s no better time than now to hone your horsemanship. The staff at The Team Roping Journal is pairing up with the best in the world to provide regular audio tips that you can listen to while you’re riding, roping or just visualizing your runs.

There’s no better time than now to hone your horsemanship. The staff at The Team Roping Journal is pairing up with the best in the world to provide regular audio tips that you can listen to while you’re riding, roping or just visualizing your runs.

The first tip comes from WPRA World Champion and one of the rope horse industry’s leading trainers, Lari Dee Guy. Guy talks about how she uses her left hand and feet together to give clear signals to her horse, and how those signals affect her horse’s temperament in and out of the box.

If you find tips like this useful, or have suggestions for ‘The Score’ team, email cshaffer@aimmedia.com or leave us a comment on the podcast app of your choice.

More with Lari Dee Guy: 

Team Roping Journal Extra Volume 2: Lari Dee Guy

The Score Team Roping Journal Podcast: Season 2, Episode 15 with Lari Dee Guy and Hope Thompson 

5-Flat with Lari Dee Guy

Lari Dee Guy Breaks Down Correct Hand Position in Heading Swing

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