Team Roping Journal Extra Volume 9: Cody Snow
One-on-one interview, COVID break plan, and heading and horsemanship tips with 2019 NFR Average Champion Header Cody Snow.

California native Cody Snow started turning heads at a young age with his consistent heading abilities, his dedication to practice and his fundamentals of keeping a rope horse working. In this issue, [add comma] learn more about Snow’s “shelter-in-place” schedule and training tips, brought to you by Resistol.

In our ninth edition of the TRJ Extra, you’ll receive the following:

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• An interview with Cody Snow

• Snow’s Solution to Sheltering in Place

• Step-by-step tips on eliminating wasted motion

• Warm-up benefits

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