Team Roping Journal Extra Volume 11: Trey Yates
One-on-one interview, a mental journey, and heeling tips with 2018 NFR Average Champion Heeler Trey Yates.

Trey Yates—3rd-generation heir to the Yates roping dynasty and son of 21-time NFR qualifier J.D. Yates—has amassed impressive earnings competing in the American Quarter Horse Association, the Ariat World Series of Team Roping, the USTRC and the PRCA, including winning the average while roping with Aaron Tsinigine at the 2018 Wrangler NFR—Yates’ first time roping at the Finals. In this issue, Yates demonstrates the power of heeling, his mental toughness and more, brought to you by Resistol.

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In our 11th edition of the TRJ Extra, you’ll receive the following:

  • An In-Depth Interview with Yates
  • Yates’ Journey with Mental Toughness
  • Step-by-Step Tips on Starting Heel Horses
  • A Guide for Finding Power in the Heeling Position

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