The Team Roper's Warm-Up Routine (Yes, You Should Go Right, Too)


The 25-time World Champion Trevor Brazile does a lot of little things differently, including his warm-up routine. Team ropers spend a lot of time loping to the left in the warm-up pen at any jackpot, but if you see Brazile getting ready to rope, chances are he’s going against the grain. Brazile spends the bulk of his warm-up time jogging circles to the left and right and double-checking that his horse is in the bridle and moving off his legs. TRJ

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