The best reason for throwing a flat heel loop? Better coverage, says five-time National Finals Rodeo heeler Joseph Harrison. “
If I’ve got it big and flat and over his back, I can come right out of my swing, set it down, and I’ve still got that big tip coverage to get the left leg.”
In this video brought to you by Smarty, Harrison explains why a flat loop means better coverage—and better success.
Watch “#1 Reason for a Flat Heel Loop” now:
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ABOUT JOSEPH HARRISON:
Joseph Harrison is a five-time National Finals Rodeo heeler and three-time American Rope Horse Futurity Association World Champion from Overbrook, Oklahoma.