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Team Roping Tips

Trevor Brazile: When and How to Use Your Left Hand

The way you use your left hand throughout the run is critical to providing clear and consistent signals to your head horse.

Horsemanship

Right-Leaded Head Horses are Flat Dangerous. Here’s How to Fix Them.

Trevor Brazile explains how to fix a right-leaded head horse.

Horsemanship

Trevor Brazile’s Scoring Theory

The feel Trevor Brazile demands in the corner is designed to make his horses score sharper throughout their careers. Here's how he does it.

Horsemanship

Let Your Colts Make Mistakes with Trevor Brazile

The 25-time World Champion Trevor Brazile talks about how he lets colts make mistakes rather than micromanaging their progress.

Horsemanship

The Right and the Wrong Way to Introduce Live Cattle

25-time World Champion Trevor Brazile breaks down how he introduces his horses to live cattle.

Horsemanship

Got Flex? What Bits Brazile Uses to Help Young Head Horses and Why

Brazile explains why the hinge port and correction bits can help or hinder a young and developing head horse through the corner, and why.

Horsemanship

What Bit the King of the Cowboys Rides on His Colts

World Champion roper Trevor Brazile breaks down his bit choice for a horse with 90 to 120 rides—including how he wants the horse to respond to that bit.

Horsemanship

Trevor Brazile Video: How and Why Gag Bits Can Help Your Head Horse

Here's how a gag bit can help your head horse leave flatter and score better.

Horsemanship

Brazile: Why Bits Matter in the Box, and How to Choose One Wisely

In this month's Relentless Insights, 24-time World Champion Trevor Brazile breaks down how he chooses a bit that fits each horse.

Team Roping Tips

Chains, Ports and Gags: Trevor Brazile’s Bit Theory

Trevor Brazile answers fan's question on how chains, ports and gags each fit into a head horse program.

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