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The Short Score: Practicing to be High Call at the Ariat WSTR Finale
How do you practice for the Ariat WSTR Finale? As if you're already there.
Jake Barnes and Clay O'Brien Cooper pose with their buckles.
Jake Barnes and Clay O'Brien Cooper

If you’re headed out to the 2023 Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale, you need to be practicing putting yourself in high-pressure situations in the practice pen.

To be ready to rope for the amounts of money up for grabs at the Finale, you need to practice like you’re already there. On this bonus Roping.com tips episode of The Short Score, Jake Barnes explains how you can practice as if you were in a high-pressure situation.

WATCH: Practicing to be High Call at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale

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