Right-Leaded Head Horses are Flat Dangerous. Here’s How to Fix Them.
Trevor Brazile explains how to fix a right-leaded head horse.

Some horse trainers and barrel racers like to joke about ill-broke head horses only knowing the left lead. But for headers, a right-leaded head horse isn’t just hard to rope from—he can be flat dangerous. 

In this video, 26-time World Champion Trevor Brazile teaches ropers a drill he’s developed to keep his head horses working in the left lead no matter where the steer runs in the arena.

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