The Importance of Building a Consistent Loop, with Trevor Brazile
If you want to consistently hit your target, consistently build a balanced loop.
Why Splitting the Horns Happens and How To Avoid It, With Trevor Brazile
Splitting the horns is as frustrating as it is common. Trevor Brazile explains why this happens and how to avoid it.
Getting the Most Out of a Dummy Roping Session
Fine-tune your roping skills in just 15 minutes of practice on the dummy.
Target and Position Roping Both Horns at Once
When roping both horns, the biggest mistake you can make is concentrating too hard on the right horn.
Target and Position When Roping Right to Left
When roping right to left, the position and target need to match up.
Ensuring Your Target Matches Your Style
Trevor Brazile discusses the importance of matching your target to your roping style in this Relentless Insights video.
Inside the Remuda: Relentless Glory
Meet "Glory" a.k.a. Relentless Glory, a five-year-old mare who is part of Trevor Brazile's and Miles Baker's Relentless Remuda.
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 Relentless Remuda: Friday
Meet Friday, another elite head horse that came from the Relentless Remuda.
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.