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Lari Dee Guy Trevor Brazile

"The Score" Podcast

A Solid Career: How Guy and Brazile Make Their Horse Business Work

Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile are on "The Score" as a bonus episode in Season 4 with a mental performance segment, brought to you by, powered by The Team Roping Journal.

Team Roping Tips

Cowboy Enough to Use Split Reins? Here’s When and How.

Split reins serve a unique purpose in a team roper's horse training program. Trevor Brazile explains how he uses them in and out of the arena.

"The Score" Podcast

The Horseman’s Horseman: Brad Barkemeyer

Montana native Brad Barkemeyer—now based in Scottsdale, Arizona—is a team roper, reined cow horse trainer and instructor for those looking for cowboy common sense in their horsemanship.

Team Roping Gear

Spurs: When & How to Use Them

Trevor Brazile applies an ALWAYS method to riding with spurs. Here are his thoughts on how and when to use them.

Latest Videos

Trevor Brazile: When and How to Use Your Feet

Knowing where your feet are hitting your horse and how to use them is part of upping your horsemanship and your horse's heading game.

Rope Horses

Caveman Returns (AGAIN): Corkill’s Horse of the Year Back With a Vengeance

Jade Corkill cracked out Caveman—the bay horse who helped build his career in the early 2010s—after a series of injuries kept the horse on the injury reserve for much of his life.

Rope Horses

Halter-Broke to NFR-Ready: 5 Top Cowboys Who’ve Made Their Good Ones from Start to Finish

Only a handful of cowboys have ever taken their own colt or filly all the way.

Team Roping Tips

The Thing About Switchenders with Trevor Brazile

Trevor Brazile answers fans question about switchender horsepower.

Team Roping News

Futrell Makes Minor Changes to Surge Into ProRodeo’s Final 2020 Push

Clay Futrell is making minor changes to his heel horse as he heads into the last few weeks of the 2020 ProRodeo season with hopes of finishing the year in the top 15.


Free Your Horse Up with Trevor Brazile

If your horse is checking off too soon, first take a hard look at yourself and your gear.

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