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Trevor Brazile and Relentless Glory Rock Royal Crown 6-&-Under Heading in Waco

Relentless Glory leads the standout Relentless Remuda lineup by earning the Royal Crown 6-&-Under Heading win in Waco, Texas, on May 10.

Miles Baker Head Horse Training

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Reinforcing Respect in the Bridle

How can you reinforce cues in your head horses and heel horses? The Relentless Remuda's Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker explain.

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FINDING THE RUN: How to Add Speed to a Cow Horse

How the Relentless Remuda's Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker get the most run possible out of cow-bred horses.

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The Beginning: Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile’s Partnership

Lari Dee Guy and Trevor Brazile sit down to discuss how their friendship and partnership all started.

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Heel Horse Breaking Too Wide? Fix It the Right Way

When your heel horse breaks wide, how are you addressing it? Too many ropers point their horses toward the chute to over-correct it, when that just causes the horse to break even wider to avoid hitting the chute itself.

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WHOA. This is How to Use a Breakaway Hondo on a Head Horse.

Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker's tips on the benefits of breakaway roping on a head horse, brought to you by Cactus Ropes.

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Better Handles for Draggers: Brazile’s Secrets for Helping Your Heelers

Trevor Brazile and Miles Baker's tips on how to help your heeler when you draw a steer that drags.

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Inside the Relentless Remuda: Yellowstone

Meet Yellowstone, another elite head horse that came from the Relentless Remuda.

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Brazile’s First Handmade Saddle

Trevor Brazile's first handmade saddle was a Slim Fleming he got at 12 years old, and he rode it the rest of his youth career.

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Are You Creating Good or Bad Habits in Your Rope Horse?

Trevor Brazile explains the importance of evaluating your team roping practices to ensure we are teach our horses something.

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