You’re lined up for the perfect throw, but…don’t. Why in the world would you not? In the practice pen, when is it better to NOT throw? In this video brought to you by Cactus RopesMiles Baker shares why he doesn’t always throw his rope on 4-year-old stallion Pride And Joyy “Kilo.”

“Sometimes I back him off because he’ll want to take the shortest route to a cow, but right now I want to make sure that he not only gets to the cow good, but that he does it in the right frame.

Watch “When Not To Throw” now:

About Miles Baker:

Miles Baker builds some of the best horses in the roping industry, ringing a bell at horse sales and winning big at the rope horse futurities. His ranch-raised horsemanship is why the King of the Cowboys, Trevor Brazile, relies on Baker for his in- and out-of-the-arena training help.

Miles Baker joins Brazile, seven-time World Champs Jake Barnes and Clay Cooper, two-time World Champs Patrick Smith and Matt Sherwood and other NFR talents on