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Heeling

Get Your Heel Horse Peddling on the Front End with Steve Orth

Steve Orth shares how he keeps his horses from pegging on the front end.

Distance and Angle Roping the Pipes

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Distance and Angle Roping the Pipes

Joseph Harrison demonstrates proper position on the Smarty Pipes.

Travis Graves

"The Score" Podcast

The Short Score: When Should You Pick Your Swing Up?

In this bonus episode of "The Short Score," brought to you by Purina, Travis Graves breaks down when he picks up his swing at rodeos vs. jackpots.

Jade Corkill Team Roping Journal

Team Ropers

Changing the Game: Heeling Position Throughout the Years

Jade Corkill has been a member of the PRCA since 2005, with 12 National Finals Rodeo qualifications and three gold buckles. He talks about how roping has evolved throughout his career and the new challenges ProRodeo heelers face.

Heeling Corner Position Arnold Green

Clay O'Brien Cooper

Corner Position: It’s Up to You

Clay O'Brien Cooper states that riding position is a personal preference, and both sides have advantages and disadvantages.

Joseph Harrison The Team Roping Journal

Heeling

Why Position Matters on the Heeling Dummy with Joseph Harrison

There are several common mistakes people make when it comes to positioning your body close to the Pipes. Joseph Harrison talks about how to fix them.

Heeling

Travis Graves Breaks Down “Being Still” at the End of Your Run

The way you end a run on your heel horse can make or break his attitude in the long run.

Heeling

Riding for a Fast Heel Shot with Jake Long

Jake Long knows how to heel fast. Here he explains how to ensure a fast shot when heeling.

Heeling

Gain Control on Slower-Loping Cattle with Patrick Smith

Keeping your timing through the turn on slower-loping cattle is something ropers of all abilities struggle with. Here’s how Patrick Smith has mastered it.

Team Roping Tips

Developing A Feel for Switchenders with Rhen Richard

For lifelong heelers, swapping ends requires developing a feel that doesn’t always come natural at the sport’s elite level.

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