Brad Culpepper talks about the two types of heeling positions.
Rich Skelton on using the dummy to get your horses paying attention and learning quicker.
Wesley Thorp breaks down his and Cody Snow's short round run at the 2019 Jingle Bell Classic Open roping.
Why what your body does during a run is something you can’t afford to overlook.
Setting goals and evaluating everything in roping for the new year.
Jade Corkill’s use of his left hand to balance his loop has set him apart.
Clay O'Brien Cooper shares things he's learned over the years at the Wrangler NFR.
Clay O'Brien Cooper talks about getting the most out of practicing on all types of steers.
Why riding with square shoulders makes catching consistently easier.
To be successful, it’s about being ahead of the game, not chasing. When we’re ahead of the steer and ahead of the game, we’re waiting on them to do what we want instead of just trying to catch up and make a shot. That’s why keeping the pocket is important. We set everything up so we’re ahead of the steer before the corner even starts.
Here’s a glimpse of what pro heelers prefer and how to get your horse to drag it the right way.
Clay O'Brien Cooper talks about breaking up with your team roping partner.
Jake Long breaks down his second performance steer at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo.
Exposing the long-kept secrets of the heeling donkey, in all its greatness.
Brady Minor discuses riding a better position when heeling.
Cooper talks about the latest rope conversation, with rope companies adding a core to their ropes.
How your entry into the corner affects the rest of your run.
Navigating your outlook with Clay O'Brien Cooper.
Chris Francis and Cade Passig roped six steers in 43.34 seconds to win $122,000 at the 2018 Bob Feist Invitational June 18, battling hard-running cattle on the Reno Livestock Center’s 18-foot barrier. Here’s how they did it.
All in the Details
Cooper talks about the up-and-comers in the sport of team roping.
Practice is what got you started, and how you hone your basic skills. Practice is also what helps you climb the ladder in your ability level, and it’s a constant that helps keep your fundamentals intact and also continues to be the catalyst for improvement, says seven-time world champion Clay O'Brien Cooper.
How communication affects team roping partnerships
Staying mounted is key, and Clay O'Brien Cooper shares secrets on how to maximize the mount you've got.
"It Takes Talent ?AND Work Ethic"