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Team Roping Tips

Rating off Your Rope

Patrick Smith explains how to rate off of your rope.

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Levi Simpson’s Tips for Getting Past the First Steer at The Big Daddy Open

Levi Simpson breaks down his first round steer at The Big Daddy Open Ariat World Series of Team Roping in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

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Fixing Your Riding with Chris Francis

2018 Bob Feist Invitational Champion Header Chris Francis's tips for fixing your riding when something's going wrong.

Team Roping Tips

Use Your Feet with Brock Hanson

Using you feet better in the box, in the corner and through the face can speed up your run and make your horse more comfortable with his job.

"The Score" Podcast

Roping Lesson with Kolton Schmidt: Building Confidence in Your Horses

There’s no better time than now to hone your horsemanship. The staff at The Team Roping Journal is pairing up with the best in the world to provide regular audio tips that you can listen to while you’re riding, roping or just visualizing your runs.

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The Value of Establishing Good Habits with Jake Barnes

Establishing good habits in everyday life and roping helps you to succeed.

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Jingle Bells: Thorp’s Strategy to Winning to 2019 Jingle Bell Classic

Wesley Thorp breaks down his and Cody Snow's short round run at the 2019 Jingle Bell Classic Open roping.

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How to Win the Wrangler National Team Roping Championship Finals with Calgary Smith

Calgary Smith breaks down his short round run in the Open with Brady Tryan at the Wrangler National Team Roping Championship Finals

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Maintaining the Head Horse with Clay Tryan

Clay Tryan is a consistent top-five header and perennial threat for the world title. His secret? Good horses. After his great horse Thumper was retired, he broke out two new greats: Cate, a sorrel mare, and Dew, a bay gelding. His success rides on their performance, so here a few of his tips for keeping head horses sound and working solid.

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Learning to Drop a Coil with Ty Blasingame

Learning to reach takes a lifetime’s worth of practice and requires better horsemanship than some people realize.

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