Trevor Brazile Shortened His Stirrups. Here’s Why.
Your stirrup length can affect your ability to control a young horse and ride a good one. Here's the how and why.

Being a 25-time world champ is all in the details, and Trevor Brazile is often making adjustments to do what it takes to be a better horseman. In this video, he breaks down how the amount of weight he puts in his stirrups affects his horse’s responses to cues, whether you’re loping a circle, tracking the lead steer or making a live run. 

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