5 Head-Horse Training Fixes to Add to Your Arsenal
Five fixes that can up your head horse training game.
Here’s How Headers Should Finish a Run When the Roping is Flagged on the Heels
Please: Don’t stop forward motion or turn up the arena to the catch pen.
Inside the Remuda: Trevor Brazile’s Toybox
Meet Toybox, a.k.a. Peppys Gray Goose, the 6-year-old bay gelding that Trevor Brazile describes as one of the best to come out of the Relentless Remuda program.
Is Your Body Movement Costing You Time in the Face?
If you’re moving your shoulders or hips more than you’re moving your horse’s shoulders and hips, you could be giving the steer his head back or keeping the flagger from stopping the run.
Team Roping Tips
Facing on Young Horses
Miles Baker shows you how to keep your horses shoulders moving in the face.
Teaching the Face with Trevor Brazile
The unconventional way Trevor Brazile teaches his head horses to face.