Whether you have local jackpot or National Finals Rodeo aspirations, World Champion Header Nick Sartain’s new series on Roping.com—which includes practice footage breakdown and training tips—is helpful for every roper at every level.
Based in Bandera, Texas, Sartain is a six-time NFR header and the 2009 Wrangler NFR average title winner who has a ProRodeo record that speaks for itself. But, in 2018 and 2019, Sartain heeled for more than $250,000 in earnings at the Ariat World Series of Team Roping Finale, the bulk of which came from winning the Ariat #12 in 2018 with Bob Freeman to earn $272,000 for the team. In the Yeti #13 that year, he and Mike Row placed third for a team total of $127,000 and, when he returned in 2019, he placed second with Glen Crane in the AGCO #14.5, worth $136,000.
In his new series available exclusively on Roping.com, members get an inside look at Sartain’s practice sessions with a rodeo head horse and a WSTR Finale heel horse. He also goes over Heel-O-Matic drills for head and heel horses and more. Every roper at every level can benefit from Sartain’s practice session breakdowns and helpful tips.
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