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Clay O' Brien Cooper

"The Score" Podcast

Making a Play with Clay O’Brien Cooper

Clay O' shares a team roping tip in this bonus episode of "The Short Score," brought to you by the WCRA.

Dummy Roping

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Understanding Angles When Reaching on the Dummy

In this instructional video, two-time World Champion header Clay Smith goes over the angles necessary when reaching.

"The Score" Podcast

Building a Solid Foundation in Your Rope Horses with Lane Ivy

"The Short Score" bonus episode with a team roping tip from coach Lane Ivy.

Facing Drills

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Facing Drills

Trevor Brazile demonstrates how and what he does to get his head horse's facing dialed in.

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.

Rein Length The Team Roping Journal

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Get a Grip: Rein Length with Hunter Koch and Wesley Thorp

How tight should your reins be when you're heeling? Hunter Koch and Wesley Thorp demonstrate.

Clay O'Brien Cooper Jake Barnes Team Roping Journal

"The Score" Podcast

The Score: How To Avoid Hesitating Your Delivery with Clay O’Brien Cooper

The WCRA brings you this team roping tip from, featuring Clay O' Brien Cooper sharing his advice on how to avoid hesitating your delivery.

As a header, I judge my handles on how easy I make it on my heeler. TRJ File Photo


Handling Steers & Helping Your Heeler

Jake Barnes on the importance of handling steers well.


Luke Brown is Roping on the Gain

Roping on the Gain. Free-running horses can make a head shot tough. Here’s how Luke Brown masters it.

Team Roping Tips

Fresh-Horse Box Work

There's no need to pick a fight with a fresh head horse—especially if you know the horse inside and out. Starting your practice session off by allowing your head horse to settle in can be the best way to set your practice up for success, says horse trainer Bert McGill.

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