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Heading, Heeling, Pro Runs, Horse Care, Equipment & By Date

Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Stay hooked. Stay in the roping.
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Watch and see what adjustments Charles recommends.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Breaking down the runs with Charles.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Look for what it takes to be consistent.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Watch for things that are good, and what could be better.
6/2/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch teams trying to make the short round.
5/26/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Observe the different styles in a competitive roping.
5/19/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Fun to watch ropers in competition. A good corner makes for a smooth run.
5/12/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Look for the positives and things that could be better.
5/5/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that went well.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/21/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Look for things that you might do the same or differntly.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that can make you better in competition.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton,Texas
Bret Be patient. Learn from your experiences.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get a good start. Give your heeler a good look. Timing is key for the heeler.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Provide a good handle to help your heeler.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get to your spot. Get a solid handle for your heeler.
4/7/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Make adjustments to the steers you draw. Stay in the roping.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get a good start. Be patient on the handle. Be smooth.
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I.
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Be competitive. Smooth is fast. Get a good start and finish.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Breaking it down with Cesar.
3/10/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Get a good start. Have the correct angle on your rope. Help your heeler.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Handling the steer is critical for the heeler to have a chance.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Clay and Bret Header needs to help the heeler. Match things up.
3/3/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Have a strategy. Don't try to make-up a bad draw all at one time.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Learn by breaking things down. Winning comes down to execution.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Make adjustments to steers to set things up for a good run.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton,Texas.
Clay Try to create textbook runs. Make clean catches to stay in the roping.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part IV.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Set up your heeler. No mistakes. Don't beat yourself.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Take extra time. Don't beat yourself.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Give your heeler a good look. Stay in the roping.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifer, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Get a good start. Get a good face.
1/6/2014 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and John at WSTR Finals.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals, Part 1
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals, Part 2.
12/23/2013 Analysis of a WSTR Finals Run
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with student, Richard.
Bret and Jake Coaching tips from the pros. Apply the tips to your roping.
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with student, Jake.
Bret, Bobby and Jake Coaching tips from the pros to help you get better.
11/4/2013 Coaching Tips from Charles and Jake with student, Jake.
Charles and Jake Make adjustments. Work on your horse position.
8/12/2013 Heelers that head. Watch Clay head some steers.
Jake Understand both ends. Know what the other guy is going through.
8/5/2013 Good structured runs. Picture perfect runs.
Jake Make TTR your Classroom.
7/22/2013 Be mentally prepared to make a run.
Jake See the start. Concentrate, focus and make adjustments.
7/8/2013 Controlled Jack Pot Run with Charles in Total Slow Motion.
Bobby and Charles Putting together consistency.
7/1/2013 Good solid head run with Charles in Total Slow Motion.
Bobby and Charles Focus on the fundamentals..
5/27/2013 TTR Pros making good jack pot runs.
Bret Play and replay to observe horsemanship skills and roping techniques.
5/13/2013 Visualize good runs. Pick things out that will help you.
Bret Watch before you practice or compete (again and again).
4/29/2013 Visualize good, smooth Jack Pot Runs
Bret Watch over and over. Pick out things that will help you.
12/24/2012 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros.
Charles, Clay, Jake and Bobby Speed up your runs. Get ready to compete.
12/17/2012 Jack Pot Run in Total Slow Motion
Charles and Clay Text book run with Charles and Clay.
11/12/2012 Jack Pot runs with Jake and Charles.
Jake and Charles The steer dictates the run. Be ready to rope. Work on your horsemanship.
10/8/2012 Good Jack Pot Runs
Bobby and Jake Get position and make high percentage throws.
7/23/2012 Jack Pot Runs
Jake and Bret Take one extra swing. Set the run up.
7/16/2012 Jack Pot Runs with students
Bret and Jake Put more rope between your hands to create bigger loop. Make smooth handle for heeler.
7/9/2012 Jack Pot Runs. Make good practice runs.
Jake Slow things down when you practice. Step it up when you compete.
7/2/2012 Jack Pot Runs with students
Bobby, Jake Headers, the start is key (see the start, get some width). Heelers, get into position, read the steer, and be ready.
5/28/2012 Cowboy savy for the headers
Jake Always room for improvement.
5/21/2012 Arena awareness
Bret and Jake Be alert and avoid getting hurt. Safety first.
3/19/2012 Good consistant smooth runs
Bobby and Charles Do things correct (horsemanship, position, swing and handle).
3/5/2012 Heading POV (point of view) with head cam
Jake Head cam with music
10/31/2011 Pro Runs real time, slow motion with music. Heading and Heeling
Bret Watch before you go rope. See it done the correct way
7/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros
Bret How to rope horns. Handling cattle.
7/18/2011 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros
Bret Jack Pot Runs and Horsemanship
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
6/16/2014 Practice Runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Practice as a team. Have a plan when you practice.
6/16/2014 Logging your horse.
Charles Practice these drills to help your horse be under control.
6/9/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Work on getting your horse in the correct position.
5/26/2014 Horsemanship
Bret, Charles Things to look for when you first get on a strange horse.
5/19/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles Practice for your horse.
1/20/2014 Tips and drills on the dummy with your horse.
Bret Learn to use your feet and legs. Practice in steps.
12/16/2013 Facing your horse. Save time for a quick flag.
Charles Use your right leg and left hand for a faster face.
10/21/2013 Get a good start. Ride your horse.
Bret Drop your hand and work your feet.
10/14/2013 The importance of the left hand.
Bret If you miss think "why"? Make corrections. Don't let one mistake lead to another mistake.
5/27/2013 Improve your riding skills. It will help your roping.
Bret Be balanced, and be in tune with your horse.
4/15/2013 Horsemanship in the Practice Pen.
Charles Help your horse get better. Turn negative into positive.
1/14/2013 Get the run out of your horse.
Bret and Jake Break hard and then pick-up. Don't pull on your horse. Don't use your reins for balance.
5/14/2012 Get some good for your horse out of every run.
Bret, Bobby and Cesar Keep your horse under control. Pick him up and be patient.
4/2/2012 Be prepared and set to go
Bobby and Jake Be square on your horse, and ride your horse.
12/12/2011 Practice for your horse
Bret and Jake Scoring, catching, handling, and facing
10/31/2011 Heading - getting the run out of your horse
Bret Use your feet, over and under your rope if needed, drive your horse to the steer
10/3/2011 Heading with Students Kyle #6, and Tom #3, Horsemanship
6 Bret Leaving the box, facing, and handling cattle
8/29/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Roping big horn steers, know your heeler, go back up the arena, steers that go left, keep your left hand forward (release your horse).
7/4/2011 Position from the Box part 2
Jake & Charles Controling your horse and setting up in the box - scoring true.
6/27/2011 Getting a good start from the box
Jake, Charles Jake and Charles explain how to get your horse to score well.
5/16/2011 Horsemanship and position
3 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heading with Tom, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/9/2011 Horsemanship
Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Charles, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/9/2011 Horsemanship
Charles Heading with Charles, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
4/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Bret Horsemanship, handling cattle and scoring
4/25/2011 Horsemanship
Bret Jack Pot Runs - a horse that drops/ducks
4/25/2011 Horsemanship
Bret Jack Pot Runs – scoring, and a horse that ducks
4/11/2011 What makes a good head horse
Charles What makes a good head horse and thanks to our sponsors
3/28/2011 Jake Barnes, what I look for in a head horse
Jake Head Horse - description of what I look for in a head horse.
1/17/2011 Heading with David
4 Charles, Jake Horsemanship, proper equipment (bits), and being consistent
12/1/2010 Heading - Horsemanship
Jake, Charles Logging your horse and learning to face, Charles and Jake
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/17/2014 How to Practice Ground Work
Charles Charles coaches Yancey's ground work.
6/23/2014 Be aware of your left hand.
Bret and Charles Your left hand will help you catch.
6/23/2014 Put power on your swing
Bret and Charles Throw with your elbow. Keep your hand back.
6/16/2014 Learn to swing your rope correctly.
Bret and Charles Take the "wobble" out of your swing.
1/13/2014 Roping the dummy on your horse.
Bret Why one splits the horns and misses the right horn. Balance the distance between your hands.
1/13/2014 Drills to use on the dummy.
Charles Make it uncomfortable until it is comfortable.
12/16/2013 Rope basics.
Jake Get the fundamentals correct to be consistent.
11/4/2013 Practice ground work based on what you do in the practice pen on live cattle.
Jake Practice roping the dummy from differnt positions. Mix it up. Rope differnt size horns.
10/7/2013 Roping the dummy with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles Kevin's philosophy on roping the dummy.
9/23/2013 Swing aid
Charles Use to perfect your swing and/or rehab your shoulder.
9/2/2013 Drills on the dummy with Charles.
Charles Use these drills to improve your roping skills.
9/2/2013 Simulate "getting over your horse" on the dummy.
Charles Your body position creates where your tip of your rope is.
8/26/2013 The importance of your left hand. The effect it has on your loop.
Charles Release left hand to release the loop.
8/19/2013 Practice the angle of the head loop on the dummy.
Charles Simulate slow steers, tip down, and faster steers, tip up.
6/3/2013 Ground work drills.
Bret The distance between your hands controls the loop.
3/26/2013 Roping the dummy with Jake
Jake Keep the rope flat. The amount of rope between your hands controls the distance.
3/18/2013 Practice roping the dummy up close.
Jake Control the angle of the loop and measure the distance to the steer.
3/11/2013 Practice roping the dummy like you are horse back.
Jake Rope the dummy at differnt positions. Pretend you are on your horse.
3/11/2013 Pointers to get rid of bad habits.
Jake Practice making adjustments on the dummy to be consistent horse back.
2/11/2013 Put power on your swing.
Bret Avoid getting your hand too far in front of your face.
2/11/2013 Rebuliding your loop (if you get 3 loops).
Bret and Clay Practice it to stop the clock.
2/11/2013 Know the proper distance of the rope between your hands.
Bret Too little kills your range. Too much splits the horns.
2/4/2013 The proper angle of the head loop.
Bret, Bobby and Charles Be aware of the level of your hand. The rope travels with your hand.
2/4/2013 Generate power in your swing. Build a "strong swing".
Bret and Charles Don't get your hand in front of your elbow.
11/12/2012 Ground work with Charles
Charles First swing at 2:00, feed your rope at 2:00, and be in the correct position.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Jake, Part I
Jake Get started correctly, spoke size and angles.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Jake, Part II
Jake Rotate the loop, picture the loop.
10/29/2012 Ground work for headers
Charles Avoid feeding your hands together.
10/29/2012 Ground work Part II, the swing
Bret Fundamentals of the head loop.
10/29/2012 Ground work Part I, the swing.
Bret Fundamentals of the head loop. Work on the swing not the catch.
10/15/2012 Roping the head dummy
Charles and Jake Practice differnt positions and situations on the dummy.
10/8/2012 Fundamentals on the dummy.
Jake Position and swing on the dummy. How to get your slack.
10/8/2012 Practice making adjustments on the dummy.
Jake Practice roping from any position.
9/24/2012 Take splitting the horns and wave-off out of your delivery
Bret and Charles Get into the correct position on your horse
9/17/2012 Roping the dummy with students and Pros.
Jake and Charles Get the slack faster. Roll loop off your finger tips. Adjust to the size of the horns.
9/3/2012 Avoid waving it off and splitting the horns
Bret Break the loop outside the right horn. The elbow is your power. Lead with the elbow.
8/27/2012 Roping the dummy with Jake
Jake Focus and concentration. Concentrate on the left horn. Swing, delivery and slack.
8/27/2012 Making adjustments on the ground (with the dummy).
Jake and Charles Practice a good strong swing, get into position and have the steer on a short rope.
8/20/2012 Roping Muleys
Charles and Jake The benefits, and what is different from roping horned steers.
8/6/2012 How to rope small horn steers
Charles and Jake Get the tip of the rope "low", shorten the loop, and use a softer rope.
7/2/2012 Adjust your swing to the streer.
Jake and Charles Manage your spoke and your loop size. Keep the swing wide to catch the right horn.
5/21/2012 Practice drills on the dummy
Bret and Jake Practice the dally. Learn to rope faster (get ready faster). Rope cattle to your ability.
5/7/2012 Build a good foundation. Focus on your swing
Bret and Charles Drills to improve your swing. Get the correct angles and catch with the swing.
4/23/2012 Drills to get started "correctly"
Jake, Bret How the loop works, and related drills.
4/23/2012 Control your rope, and catch "every single time"
Jake, Bret Drills on "backswing" and "finding your tip"
4/16/2012 Common problems for intermediate ropers
Jake, Bret Getting your slack, and avoiding excess slack
4/16/2012 Trouble shooting
Bret, Charles Splitting the horns. The distance of the rope between your hands.
3/12/2012 Find the power in your swing
Bret Create an "L" when you throw. Move back and "throw". Build the correct swing.
3/5/2012 Foundation of a good strong swing
Bret Build a strong swing, hear the rotation, lead with the elbow.
2/27/2012 Fundamentals for heading
Clay and Bret Build a good swing, find the tip of the rope, and have the right length of spoke.
2/27/2012 Fundamentals for heading
Clay and Bret Proper loop size, power on the swing, and proper shoulder position.
2/20/2012 Develop a strong swing
Bret Stength comes from the elbow. Throw with your elbow.
2/20/2012 Loop size, feed your loop, and shape your rope.
Clay and Bret Get the proper length of rope between your hands. Feeding your rope is a must.
12/12/2011 Reaching on the dummy
Jake and Bret Practice reaching on the dummy, dropping a coil, or two.
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with students, Joe and Joel
Jake and Charles Working with your horse. Soften him, stop him and get him to rate. "Make sure you catch"
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with students, Joe and Joel
Jake and Charles Put speed on your rope. Get up out of the saddle. "High team back", put pressure on yourself when you practice.
11/14/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Charles and Jake Students, Joe and Joel. "Like roping the dummy off your horse. Put all the mechanics together, and rate your horse"
11/14/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Charles Proper placement of your tip, body position (shoulders back), and get it across the left horn.
11/7/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Jake Roping with student, Joe. Roping the dummy from A to Z. Have a purpose when you rope the dummy. Know the mechanics of the loop, walk to the dummy, and get the proper angle of the loop. Focus on the whole head.
11/7/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Jake Roping with student, Joe. Position, delivery, timing of the slack, angle of the loop, and follow through. Practice splitting the horns to learn how to catch the horns
8/8/2011 Ground work with student, Brandon #5
5 Jake, Charles Know the top and bottom of your loop. What is the focus point? Rhythm and continuous motion
8/1/2011 Ground work with student, Brandon #5
5 Jake, Charles Making adjustments, throw the perfect loop, and ideal position for jack pot runs
7/11/2011 Ground Work Part 1
5 Jake & Charles Ground work with student, Brandon #5 header, working with Jake and Charles Part I
7/11/2011 Ground Work Part 2
5 Jake & Charles Ground work with student, Brandon #5 header, working with Jake and Charles Part II
12/1/2010 Heading
Jake Practice on the heel-o-matic with Jake, Tom #3, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heading
6 Jake Learning how to win on the heel-o-matic with Jake, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heading - Rope faster
Jake Rope faster and body position on the heel-o-matic with Jake Tom #3, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heading - Roping
Jake, Roping the 'Bones' heading dummy with Jake Barnes
12/1/2010 Heading - Rope
3 Jake Finding your Tip with Tom #3
11/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Charles Groundwork with beginner
11/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Groundwork, Loop Balance
10/1/2010 Heading with students
Jake Ground work to the horse, and to the cattle. And, rope faster
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
12/2/2013 Body posture is key to heading.
Jake Don't lean. Keep your body straight to get more run out of your horse.
9/2/2013 Your body position will get the run out of your horse.
Charles Get forward. Release your horse and you will rope faster.
7/29/2013 To rope faster you have to get ready faster.
Jake Balance and Body Position are key to roping faster.
6/17/2013 Have good body position. Be smooth.
Bobby Set up your position and be in control.
10/22/2012 Proper body position. Totally balanced. Like standing on the ground.
Bobby, Bret and Charles Shift your body to see the steer. Lead with the swing, not the body.
8/27/2012 Proper body position for headers
Bret and Charles Do not lean into position. Ride into position.
6/11/2012 Execute the "Perfect Run" (with head cam)
Jake and Clay Make sure you and your horse are in balance.
2/13/2012 Get into the correct body position. The importance of the first swing
Clay, Jake, Charles and Bret Turn the rope over, get the tip down, and stay over your horse.
1/9/2012 Proper body position for the header
Charles, Bret and Jake Get into the correct body position to rope and handle steers.
12/19/2011 Breaking out of the box correctly
Bret and Charles Pressure (weight) in the stirrups, proper position of your back over your horse, and the tip of your rope to the target.
9/19/2011 Heading with the Pros, Body Position
Bret Pro Headers showing how to use their feet and left hand, and proper shoulder position.
9/12/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Body Position
Bret Shoulders closed, left hand forward, get over your horse
9/5/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Proper body position, Jake shows proper position compared to student, Charles shows proper body position, get out of the saddle
11/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Posture and Body Position
10/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Charles Horsemanship, position, and balance
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/21/2014 Teaching Your Horse to Face
Bret Working with your horse using the sled.
9/30/2013 The approach to the steer is critical.
Bret Practice reading the steer and reacting to the steer.
9/16/2013 The correct way to leave the box on your run with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles Check the set-up. Maintain your distance.
8/26/2013 Maintain horse position to be more consistent.
Charles Recognize early. React to the steer, and make adjustments.
5/13/2013 Horse position and the head loop delivery.
Bret Make adjustments. Keep shoulders square to the target.
4/8/2013 Steers that go left. You have got to move your horse.
Charles Maintain distance from the steer.
11/26/2012 The left hand controls the horse position.
Charles Don't feed your hands too close together. Avoid dropping a coil unless needed.
11/19/2012 The header's approach to the steer.
Charles and Jake Stay to the left, maintain your space. Don't get beat to the left.
8/6/2012 Headers, maintain good horse position.
Bret and Charles Don't get too tight. Hold your line. Keep your space.
7/23/2012 Get into the right position to rope
Bret and Jake Get to your spot, use your feet and don't be late.
7/9/2012 Get in correct position to throw head loop.
Bret, Cesar and Jake Don't get too tight, start your swing quicker, focus on delivery. Study the steers.
5/14/2012 Avoid getting too tight on the steer
Bret, Bobby, Clay and Jake Stay to the left of the steer for smooth handle.
1/23/2012 Proper horse position for headers
Bret and Charles Stay on your line. Don't get too tight to the steers
1/9/2012 Proper Horse Position to make consistent runs
Bret, Jake and Charles Create a box and take the steer where you want it to go.
12/26/2011 Horse Postion Coming to the Steer
Bret, Charles and Jake Read the steer to set-up the run. See the steers left eye. Stay to the left and stay on line with the steer.
8/22/2011 Heading with Students and the Pros
Charles The proper position for the header, make the handle as easy as possible for the heeler (give them a good look), classic run by Jake and Clay.
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Proper horse position and approach, handling steers properly, slow things down and adjust to your heeler (be a team).
5/16/2011 Position & get a good start
6 Charles Rodeo Runs, position and get a good start. Heading with Kyle Beach, voice over with Charles filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
4/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Heading with Charles filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
3/7/2011 Heading With Randy
4 Charles Be patient when bad things happen, stay in the roping, and be ready to rope
2/28/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Jake, Charles Think through the run to break old habits. Stay wide on your approach
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Putting it all together
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Scoring, horsemanship, get to the correct position, and keep pulling
1/17/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Scoring, horsemanship, and handling cattle
1/1/2011 Heading with Jake
Jake Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
11/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Jake, Charles Jake Barnes and Charles Pogue working with beginner
10/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Consistency, handling cattle, and horsemanship
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
1/20/2014 Work on the correct delivery to avoid splitting the horns.
Charles Do not push the rope. Throw off your swing.
12/23/2013 To rope faster get ready quicker.
Charles First swing is at the traget. Start your rope early.
12/9/2013 Waving the head loop off the steer's horns.
Jake Jake's pointers to aviod the "wave off".
8/26/2013 Delivery of the head loop. The importance of the left hand.
Charles Deliver with both hands.
8/19/2013 The proper angle of the head loop.
Charles Slow steers, tip down. Faster steers, tip up.
8/12/2013 What causes splitting the horns? You rope what you are looking at.
Bobby If you miss, stop your horse straight.
6/10/2013 Proper delivery of the head loop.
Bobby Where is your aim? Rope both horns at the same time.
5/6/2013 Get the right distance between your hands for range and power.
Bret Don't handcuff yourself by over feeding your rope.
4/29/2013 How to grip your rope properly for a powerful swing.
Bret Grip the rope on the tips of your fingers not the palm of your hand.
4/22/2013 Proper delivery of the head loop.
Charles, Jake and Clay The loop goes where the hand sends it. Finish to the left of the left horn.
4/8/2013 Hand position and swing.
Bret and Charles Proper hand position promotes power and consistency.
4/1/2013 Roping flat horned steers.
Charles and Bret Be aware of the shape of the steers horns. Get your swing down.
3/4/2013 Point the tip of the rope at the target.
Bret Your aim at the steer is critical. The "tip" is like a site on a gun.
1/21/2013 The correct angle of the swing for the head loop.
Bret. Bobby and Jake Keep it level. Too much angle creates problems.
1/7/2013 Develop a Strong Swing.
Bret, Charles, Bobby, Jake, Cesar and Clay Arm does not extend. Don't let your swing limit your roping.
12/24/2012 Leaving the box in the correct position for your delivery.
Charles and Jake The target is the center of each swing.
11/26/2012 Why do you split the horns?
Charles Proper horse position and correct delivery are essential.
11/19/2012 Get a good swing to throw a good loop.
Charles and Bret Turn your swing over to open the loop.
9/3/2012 Head Cam on proper delivery.
Bret and Jake The head loop needs to break outside the right horn. Don't get your hand in front of you.
5/7/2012 Reaching
Bret and Jake Manage the slack in your rope. Practice throwing one coil. Keep left hand up and forward.
4/30/2012 If you split the horns, start fishing for a half head catch.
Bret Practice fishing. Pull your slack and handle the steer. Don't compound a mistake.
1/30/2012 The delivery of the head loop
Clay, Bret and Jake Elbow starts the delivery (elbow down). The proper angle of the loop.
1/16/2012 Waiving it off the horns
Charles and Bret Horse position and keep the tip of your loop behind the left horn.
1/9/2012 Splitting the horns
Bret and Jake Avoid one of the most commons mistakes for the header.
12/19/2011 Roping horns consistently
Bret, Charles and Jake Proper position and angle of the head loop in relation to the steer. Compare student to the Pros.
9/19/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Delivery
Bret Be consistent, make adjustments to the steers, and avoid waive-offs.
9/12/2011 Heading with the Pros, Delivery
Bret Proper delivery with Pro Headers, Bret, Charles, and Jake
8/29/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Jake and Clay make jackpot run, get out of your saddle for proper delivery, push left hand forward in delivery, Jake and Cesar (compare yourself to the pros)
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Poor delivery (missing the right horn), proper delivery with Jake, horsemanship, and be patient on the handle
5/30/2011 Timing off and Splitting the horns
Jake Never give-up, fish if you have to (when you split the horns). Stay in the roping. Provide a soft corner for your heeler. Get the correct position by staying wide
3/14/2011 Heading with Dave
4 Charles, Jake Get your rope up early, be aggressive, and be ready
3/7/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Good position, good loop, and rope aggressive to win the go-around
2/21/2011 Heading with David
4 Charles Get ready to rope. Get your rope up to throw
1/1/2011 Heading with Bret
Bret Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/27/2013 Dallying. Safety first.
Jake Work on the correct technique.
7/8/2013 What can make you miss your dally?
Bobby Get into position, and control your horse.
10/22/2012 Dallying for the header.
Bobby The proper way to dally, at any level.
1/30/2012 The importance of the dally
Clay and Jake Keep your balance in the saddle. Keep your hand next to the saddle horn when you dally.
5/16/2011 Roping and dallying
3 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heading with Tom, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
1/24/2011 Heading with Charles
Charles Getting your slack, and the proper way to dally (“lock it off” and “keep your eyes on the steer”)
11/1/2010 Heading with Kyle
6 Charles Scoring, Handling, and Dally
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
12/23/2013 Handling steers that step to you.
Jake Keep the steer on a tight rope. Take the slack out of your rope.
12/9/2013 Handling steers roped around the neck.
Charles Keep a tight rope in the corner. Keep your horse "soft" in the corner.
11/18/2013 Tips from Jake on handling steers.
Jake Be in control, slow down, yet keep moving.
11/1/2013 Handling steers with Charles and guest Kevin Stewart
Bret Handling bigger, heavier steers, and the effect it has on the heeler.
10/7/2013 Know where you are in the arena.
Bret Give your heeler a "good shot".
9/2/2013 Handle steers to give your heeler a "soft corner".
Charles Read the steer. Keep the corner soft.
8/12/2013 Handling Steers. The steer dictates the handle.
Jake Things happen. Make adjustments and pay attention to detail.
7/15/2013 Handling steers that get "heavy".
Bobby and Jake Heeler needs to help, and stay off the steer. Work as a team.
5/20/2013 Handling steers.
Bret and Charles Create a soft corner to help your heeler.
4/1/2013 Handling Fresh Steers.
Charles and Jake Get them on a short rope, get tight on the saddle horn, and be patient. Slow down before you leave.
2/18/2013 The importance of the left hand in handling steers.
Bret and Charles Show your heeler a soft corner. Drills for the left hand on the dummy.
2/18/2013 Handling steers. React to steer and help your heeler.
Bret, Clay and Jake Keep the steer moving at a steady pace.
1/28/2013 Handling Steers
Bret Set the steer up for the heeler. Give him a good shot.
1/28/2013 Catching the steer around the neck.
Bret and Jake Keep your horse picked-up. Control everything. Be patient.
1/7/2013 Handling Steers.
Bret, Clay, Bobby, Jake, and Cesar Make it easy for your heeler. Pay attention to the heeler's position. Pull the steer.
12/31/2012 Make a good handle for your heeler. Give him a good shot.
Bret and Clay Set your horse up, roll the steer around and make a soft corner.
10/22/2012 Comparing handles for the headers
Bobby, Jake and Cesar Smooth is fast. Wild is not fast. Handle the steer to help the heeler.
10/1/2012 Pull the steer
Bobby and Charles Slow the steer down and get control of the steer.
9/17/2012 Pros Handling steers.
Bobby, Jake and Charles On heavy steers pull them straight, move forward and be under control.
9/17/2012 Roping the steer around the neck.
Bobby and Cesar Stay straight in the saddle. Don't panic. Dally and keep the steer in tow.
9/10/2012 Roping cattle around the neck.
Bret, Charles and Jake Why it happens and how to handle them vs catching the horns
9/10/2012 Put a coil back in your hand.
Bret For a better handle and faster run.
9/3/2012 Handling steers
Charles, Bret and Jake Make a soft corner. Make it easy for your heeler.
8/13/2012 Headers handle the steer to help the heeler.
Bret, Bobby, Jake, Clay and Cesar Heelers make adjustments to the handle to clean things up.
6/4/2012 Good handle leads to good runs.
Jake, Bret, Clay, Charles and Cesar Consistency with speed.
2/13/2012 Read the corner for consistent handles
Clay, Jake and Bret Watch the steer. Stay patient to help the heeler. Be in control of your horse.
2/6/2012 Read the steer in the corner.
Clay and Bret Keep the steer hopping. Get the correct angle for consistent runs.
1/16/2012 Facing
Charles and Jake The importance of your left hand. Use your right leg and right foot.
10/31/2011 Heading - Scoring
Bret Body Position, Rope Position, and Horse Position
10/24/2011 Heading – Common Mistakes in handling cattle
Bret Improve handling cattle for the heeler, Pay attention to your left hand in relationship to your right shoulder
9/26/2011 Heading with Pros and Students, Handling steers
Bret Horse position is left of the steer, avoid being behind the steer
9/26/2011 Heading with Pros, Handling steers
Bret Pro headers -- Jake and Charles, help you heeler -- show a soft corner
8/22/2011 Heading with Students and the Pros
Charles Handling steers to provide a soft corner for the heeler, horsemanship with different horses, bad draws (they happen).
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Handling cattle, horsemanship on slow steers, proper approach to the steer, when dallying do not look at the saddle horn, and avoid going down the arena with the steer.
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Always go back up the arena, keep your rope tight (watch Jake and Cesar do it correctly), how to handle hard running steers
6/6/2011 Get the correct angles in your handle.
Jake Get the correct angles in your handle. Always have a game plan, know your heeler, but don’t over adjust for him. Stay wide
6/6/2011 Handling steers and geting the angle.
Jake Jackpot runs. Handling steers. Go back-up the arena. Know your heeler (working with young roper, Ky)
5/16/2011 Handling cattle
6 Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Kyle Beach, voice over with Charles filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice.
5/2/2011 Set-up the heeler
Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Charles filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
3/14/2011 Heading with Dave
4 Jake Score your horse, on the handle come back in the arena vs. going straight or down the arena
2/28/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Charles, Jake Read the steers. Slow down the fast ones (set them up), and learn to handle the slow ones for your heeler.
2/21/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Handling cattle, avoid being too fast on the corner, make it softer for the heeler
2/14/2011 Heading with David
4 Jake, Charles Getting it done, maintaining total control, and a snappy loop
1/31/2011 Heading with Bret
Bret Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
1/17/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Charles, Jake Scoring, reading and handling your cattle, and getting your dally
1/1/2011 Heading with Charles
Charles Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
10/1/2010 Heading with Kyle
6 Charles Handling cattle
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Letting fresh steers find their feet
1/6/2014 Steers that go left.
Charles Make adjustments. Keep your distance, and avoid getting straight behind the steer.
12/16/2013 Heading fast, hard running steers.
Jake Read the situation, react, and control the steer.
11/27/2013 Heading slow steers.
Jake Be ready to rope. Rope them quick. The handle is key.
8/12/2013 Steers that run up the rope compared to ones that don't.
Jake Make adjustments to be consistent.
7/22/2013 The header has to make adjusments to the steers.
Jake The run is dictated by the draw of the steer.
7/15/2013 Roping a Tricky Steer
Bobby Make adjustments. Make a good thing out of a bad thing.
7/1/2013 Adjusting to steers.
Bobby and Charles Get somethng out of the run.
6/24/2013 Roping fresh steers require good position.
Bobby Get your horse into position. It is critical for good handle.
6/24/2013 Adjusting to steers that step off to the right.
Bobby Read the steer, get into position, and throw a good loop.
6/17/2013 Things that cause "wave off".
Bobby Steer slows down. Horse is still moving forward. Keep your horse going straight.
5/6/2013 Leave the box in the correct position.
Bret, Charles, Bobby and Clay Don't get too tight. Maintain some distance.
4/15/2013 Steers that "duck" their heads. Make adjustments.
Bret and Charles Set your loop to the plane of the steer's horns.
2/25/2013 Learn to make adjustments. React to the situation.
Clay and Jake Go slow. Keep things in correct position. Horsemanship is key.
1/21/2013 Adjusting to steers that go "left" and that go "right".
Bret, Charles and Jake Read the steer, and react to get a clean handle.
10/15/2012 Adjust to steers for good handle.
Bobby Handling slow steers, faster steers, and "dirty" steers. Adapt to the situation.
10/1/2012 Adjust to steers. Stay fundamentally sound.
Bobby Think positive. Look for the good. Rope the good ones and the bad ones.
6/18/2012 Fast Rodeo Runs
Jake, Bobby and Clay Make adjustments to the steers. No excuses, take responsibilty on bad runs, and take credit on good runs.
6/18/2012 Headers, "make adjustments to the streer"
Jake and Bobby Steers that go to the "right" after they are roped. Cross your left hand.
6/11/2012 Adjusting to steers that go hard to the left (with head cam)
Jake and Clay Keep your distance, and help your heeler get into position.
6/4/2012 Make adjustments to the steers
Jake Make adjusments to "catch" and adjustments for your heeler.
5/28/2012 Adjust to slow steers
Jake Don't over run the steer and maintain your position.
4/30/2012 Be aware of what is in front of you. Know where you are in the arena.
Bret Safety First!!
3/26/2012 Steers that go to the left (with head cam)
Bobby, Jake, Cesar and Clay Keep your position
2/6/2012 The proper balance between the coils and the loop.
Bret and Jake Slow steers feed the loop down. Faster steers keep some distance between your hands.
1/9/2012 How to rope
Charles, Jake and Bret Make adjustments on the angles to catch the steer
12/12/2011 Reaching, Part I
Jake, Bret and Cesar Practice reaching. Have control. Manage your slack and know where you heeler is.
12/12/2011 Reaching, Part II
Jake and Cesar The steer's pattern effects the "reach". A "Hail Mary", it is make or break shot.
10/24/2011 Heading steers that head-duck
Bret How to rope head-duckers
10/3/2011 Heading with the Pros, The importance of the left hand
Bret Pro Headers – Bret and Charles demonstrate the importance of the left hand and left side
9/5/2011 Charles working with Heading Students and Pros
Charles Bad draws, neck catch vs horn catch, Charles and Bobby making adjustments and making a good handle for the heeler
6/6/2011 Adjusting for tough steers
Jake Make adjustments on tough steers. Be under control
6/6/2011 Remember your steers.
Jake Know your steers, and remember what they tend to do. Pay attention and learn the cattle (slow ones, fast ones, and tricky ones). Make adjustments for steers that move to the left and right.
5/30/2011 Speed of the steer.
Jake Knowing your steers. Make adjustments. How fast a steer runs will dictate the handle. To rope fast, get ready fast.
5/23/2011 Best Rodeo Run Pattern
Jake Rodeo runs, be prepared and avoid your horse from ducking. My favorite pattern for rodeo runs is when the steers step to the left. Ideal scoring, and how to practice scoring. Proper length of the header’s reins
5/23/2011 Steers moving to the left and to the right.
Jake Keep your rope tight by putting coil in left hand. Never give-up, get the job done. Horsemanship, scoring your horse and the speed of the cattle
5/2/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Steers that go left
5/2/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Steers that go left, and right
1/31/2011 Heading with Jake and Clay
Jake, Clay Get a good start. The importance of the left hand. Deliver a crisp loop.
1/31/2011 Heading with Shelby
5 Charles, Jake Reading the start, and handling cattle
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/24/2014 Tuning Horses
Bret Horse rating too far back.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Riding the bit is like riding the breaks.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Making your head horse finish, with guest header Yancey.
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Teaching your horse while you are learning
8/4/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Take your horse from a problem to competition with better practice
11/18/2013 To get to another level work on being "sharper".
Jake Be competitive in the practice pen. Watch the Pros Rope.
6/10/2013 Practice good fundamentals.
Bobby Focus on the good things. Repeat them time and time again.
3/4/2013 Match your steers to the type of practice you are seeking.
Clay, Jake, Bobby and Cesar Get a good mixture of steers. Handle and treat them right to make them last.
2/25/2013 Match the tempo of the run, header and heeler.
Clay, Jake, Cesar, Bobby and Charles Control the speed for you and your horse.
1/14/2013 Keep things under control. The difference between winning and losing.
Bret, Jake and Charles Don't let one mistake lead to another.
7/23/2012 Practice handling pressure
Jake Create pressure for yourself. Reach and provide a soft corner.
7/16/2012 Good practice runs
Jake and Bret Things to work on in practice. Good steers make for good runs.
5/14/2012 Make practice runs for your horse.
Bret, Jake and Bobby Get your horse to work correctly in the practice pen.
4/23/2012 Put the rope on in the chute
Jake Practice dally and how to handle steers
4/16/2012 Put the rope on the steer in the chute
Jake Practice the dally and handling steers
12/5/2011 Reaching with Jake
Jake and Bret The history of reaching. When to reach. Use it when you need it.
12/5/2011 Practice for your horse and yourself
Bret and Jake Scoring is critical. Roping is all about focus and concentration
11/28/2011 Common FAQ's on How to Practice, Part I
Bret, Clay, and Jake Jake and Clay give advice on how to practice for your horse, and yourself to hone your skills
10/17/2011 Prepare for a Roping, with students
Bret Scoring, Take your game to the competitive event, make adjustments to steers if needed
10/17/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Kyle #6
6 Bret Constant Quality Instruction, Practice the Right Way, Watch the TTR Videos
10/10/2011 How to Practice to Get Better, with students
Bret Develop a Style, Constant Quality Instruction on TTR
10/10/2011 How the Pros Practice and Prepare.
Bret Step it up, prepare for the roping, know the conditions
1/17/2011 Heading with Students - Introduction
Jake, Charles Getting ready to rope
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
1/20/2014 Keep your horse in the corner.
Charles Get the correct angle to the steer.
1/6/2014 Scoring at WSTR Finals
Bret Getting a good start is critical
10/14/2013 Scoring with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles How far do you let the steer out? Have a plan. Watch the pin, plate, or gate.
9/12/2013 Charles' and guest, Kevin Stewart's, perspective on scoring.
Charles Keep your horse relaxed. Include scoring in your practice.
8/5/2013 The start makes you or breaks you.
Jake Give your horse the correct clues. Practice your scoring.
5/20/2013 Holding on to the saddle horn.
Bret Know when to
12/31/2012 The World Series Barrier.
Bret, Jake, Charles, and Cesar Advice on how to score at a World Series Event (Finals).
10/8/2012 Scoring. Leaving the corner with the head horse.
Bobby, Jake and Bret Get in stride with your horse. Get swing up, and ready to rope.
9/24/2012 Leave with your horse and be ready to rope.
Bobby Holding the saddle horn, or not holding the saddle horn??
8/20/2012 Practice scoring, fix your horse "right away".
Jake, Bret and Charles Horse needs to leave on your hand, not the sound of the gate. Get a good start.
5/21/2012 Score your horse in the practice pen
Bret and Jake Horse needs to move when you "ask him", not on his own.
4/2/2012 Proper position in the box
Bobby and Charles "Take the heat off your horse". Get off to a good start.
3/19/2012 Be prepared. Get ready. It is "game time".
Bobby and Jake Help your horse. Be ahead of the game
2/14/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Jake Scoring the horse, and handling cattle after the catch
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Reading the steers, and scoring the horse
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Reading the steer, managing your left hand
7/29/2013 The fundamentals of heading in Total Slow Motion.
Jake Watch over and over, frame by frame.
4/22/2013 Total Slow Motion Runs with the Pros set to music.
TTR Pros Watch before you practice or compete. Get ready to rope.
12/10/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Headers.
Charles, Jake and Bret Watch this video before you practice and compete.
12/3/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Headers
Charles, Jake and Bret Watch this Total Slow Motion video before you practice or compete.
9/10/2012 The proper loop in "Total Slow Motion"
Bret See the loop incorrectly, and correctly.
8/13/2012 Handling fresh cattle
Bret Help your heeler. Do not slide your rope.
8/13/2012 Delivery of the head loop
Bret Keep your swing level to avoid catching a front leg and neck. Help you heeler with a good handle.
8/6/2012 Total Slow Motion, delivery of the head loop.
Bret Study the shape of the steers horns. Make the correct delivery.
7/30/2012 Handling steers in Total Slow Motion
Bret Avoid sliding your rope for better handle.
7/30/2012 Handling Steers in Total Slow Motion
Bret Handling fresh cattle. Keep things under control
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifer, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Observe the runs and see what adjusments you would make.
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles In competition, be patient. Give yourself a chance to advance.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Pick out the good things and things that are not so good. Goal is to improve your roping.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Try to survive. Stay in the roping.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Pick out some things that will make you better. Stay in control.
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar You have to catch to "win money".
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Get your cattle caught!
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Work as a team. "Slow is smooth, smooth is fast"
5/26/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret See the competitve aspect. See what it takes to win.
5/19/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for what you would change.
5/12/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret See what it takes to stay in the roping.
5/5/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Bret breaks down the runs.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part IV.
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that go well, and what went wrong.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Pick-up the "jump" and get your timing.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Pick-up the steer's jump. Stay hooked.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Comments and observations of runs in competition.
3/31/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Video your runs. Break them down, and get some coaching.
3/31/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Heeler's job is to catch two feet. "Name of the game".
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifer, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II.
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Stay in the roping. Be patient. Don't take chances.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Focus and concentrate when you pracitce. Execute when the money is up.
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Don't panic. Smooth is "fast".
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar "Stay Hooked". Work as a team.
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Watch videos to see what works. "Set-up the run"..
3/17/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Learn from your mistakes. Timing is critical in the heel catch.
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar In a 4 header you are going to get a variety of steers. You need to catch to get a check. Stay in the roping.
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Be patient. Stay hooked. Don't panic. Smooth is "fast".
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Catch all of your steers. Don't take yourself out with a bad draw.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Get into good position. Be patient.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Timing and position are critical to staying in the roping.
2/17/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Have a game plan to stay in the roping.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Stay under control to advance to short round.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Position and timing are critical.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Make a smooth run. Take advantage of opportunities. School your horse if needed.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Teams headed to short round to win money.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Have a tight swing. Keep the power and speed on your swing.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Analysis of runs in competition.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs.
Bret Shawn and Dan at WSTR Finals, Part 1.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs.
Bret Shawn and Dan at WSTR Finals, Part 2.
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with Zach.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Coaching from the pros on Zach's fundamentals.
11/11/2013 Clay coaches Kris on horse position, horsemanship and dally.
Clay Note: Kris is a left handed heeler.
7/22/2013 Heeling Jack Pot Runs.
Jake Jake's observations and coaching on horse position and timing.
6/24/2013 Good solid Jack Pot Run with Cesar.
Bobby Focus on good fundamentals in Total Slow Motion.
6/24/2013 Good solid Jack Pot Run with Bobby.
Bobby Focus on good fundamentals in Total Slow Motion
5/20/2013 TTR Pros making good solid fast runs.
Bret Play and replay. Pick things out to work on.
10/15/2012 Jack pot runs
Bobby and Charles Pros and cons for headers and heelers. Look to be consistent.
8/20/2012 Heeling from head cam point of view.
Bret, Jake and Charles Focus on the position, timing and delivery
8/13/2012 Jack Pot Runs with music
Cesar, Clay and Bobby See what it looks like. Watch before you practice and compete.
7/2/2012 Jack Pot Runs with Students.
Bobby Be ready, anticipate the next jump. Keep your left elbow in and get in time.
5/28/2012 Compare styles, Clay and Cesar
Jake, Clay and Cesar Consistency vs fast
3/12/2012 Headers that "heel"
Bobby Heel on a "heel horse". Get in time with the steer.
1/16/2012 Point of View (POV), head cam.
Bret Heeling footage with head camera.
9/26/2011 Heeling Jackpot Runs with the Pros
Bret Pro Heelers -- Bobby, Cesar, and Clay
9/19/2011 Heeling, Jackpot Runs
Bret Complete Runs with the Pros, Clay and Cesar.
1/10/2011 Heeling with Students, focus on Dave
7 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Making good runs - position, timing and horsemanship
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/17/2014 ATV Horse Drills
Bret Teaching your horse to take your pace.
7/21/2014 Drills to Tune Your Horse
Bret Stay focused on what your horse is doing...
6/30/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Make adjuments on the steers. Put some pressure on yourself when you practice.
6/23/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Vary the speed that you practice. Make adjustments.
6/23/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Have "speed control" on your runs while practicing.
6/16/2014 Practice Runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Make good "snappy runs" for you and your horse.
5/26/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Practice to get better. Work together.
5/19/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles There is always something to work on in the practice pen.
1/20/2014 Safety tips for a green horse.
Bret Start slow and build confidence.
10/7/2013 Guest, Marty Becker, discusses horsemanship.
Bret Take your time and create a good product.
9/30/2013 When you practice work on your horsemanship.
Bret Feel what they are doing and fix it immediately.
9/12/2013 Starting a young heel horse with guest, Marty Becker.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic for young heel horse.
8/5/2013 Practice for your horse.
Bobby Get something out of the run even if the header misses.
7/22/2013 Get your horse in a good position.
Jake Get your horse's head to the inside. Don't let him "shoulder-in" Use your legs.
7/15/2013 Get your horse into a good position to throw.
Bobby Horse has to stop. Be smooth and be consistent.
7/8/2013 Heeling a slow and tricky steer.
Bobby Get into position and make adjustments.
7/1/2013 Heeling on a young horse, Part II
Bobby Control your horse. Build his confidence.
7/1/2013 Horsemanship. Heeling on young horses
Bobby Help your horse. Rope slow steers.
6/17/2013 Heeling on a young horse.
Bobby Slow things down. Practice on slow steers.
6/17/2013 Get your horse in the correct position to throw heel loop.
Bobby Anticipate the steer's position. Fix things in the practice pen.
6/10/2013 Horsemanship. What can I do to improve my run?
Bobby Be in control of your horse. Ride into the correct position.
5/6/2013 React to the situation.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Use your feet to get into the correct position.
5/6/2013 Be in control of your horse at all times.
Bret Fix your horse in the practice pen.
1/28/2013 Avoid the horse hitting on front feet on delivery.
Bret Pick horse's head up and squeeze with your feet.
12/17/2012 Get your horse ready to compete.
Bobby Warm-up your horse.
12/17/2012 The correct way to move your horse.
Bobby Use pressure in your hands and your feet.
9/24/2012 Working with young heel horses
Bobby Give them good runs. "A little family fun"
9/10/2012 Horsemandship. Understand your horse
Bobby Have control and ride better. Have a constant feel.
8/6/2012 Pay attention to your horse. Make corrections when they happen.
Bret Be consistent with the fixes, and reward him when he works well.
7/2/2012 Horsemanship
Bobby Move your horse's shoulders to get into good position to rope. The horse needs to step to move his shoulders.
6/25/2012 "Cowboy Savy". The proper way to hold your reins and rope.
Bobby Get control of your horse. Lift don't pull. Be balanced.
6/4/2012 Always school your horse
Jake, Bobby and Clay Rope for your horse in the practice pen.
5/21/2012 Cowboy Savy
Bobby and Clay "Safety is no accident". Talk to your horse, and let him know you are there.
4/23/2012 Cowboy savy
Clay, Bobby Pay attention to your rope, your reins, and your horse.
4/16/2012 Cowboy Savy
Clay, Bobby Be a Pro, get ready to rope, avoid problems, and safety first.
4/9/2012 Position, swing, target, timing and delivery
Bobby Proper position to leave the box, get in stide with the steer, and read the steer.
4/9/2012 Fundamentals of horsemanship to rope
Clay and Bobby Practice riding, swinging your rope and maneuver your horse. Use your feet and keep upper body stationary.
4/2/2012 Riding and swinging a rope
Bobby and Clay The importance of the left hand and elbow
3/26/2012 Fundametals of riding
Bobby and Clay Saddle set-up, balance, length of stirrups, reins and body position.
3/12/2012 Get your horse in the correct position
Bobby Don't let the horse "cheat" you.
2/27/2012 Sound advice from the Pros on horses
Clay and Bret Young horses vs older seasoned horses. Get the best horse you can afford.
1/9/2012 Stop your horse when you deliver the heel loop.
Bret and Bobby To consistently catch, your horse needs to stop on your throw.
12/19/2011 Compare horsemanship, student to the Pros
Bret, Clay and Bobby Horse's hind feet in the ground on delivery (like roping the dummy). Hit the corner properly and maintain horse position and body position on delivery.
10/31/2011 Heeling with Clay
Bret Horsemanship (green horse), the heeling dally, steers that go left
10/24/2011 Heeling with Clay
Bret Horsemanship and timing
10/17/2011 Horsemanship with Students, Brandon #5, Paul #4 elite
5 Bret Position and get your horse stopped square
10/3/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Horsemanship
Bret Pro Heelers – Clay, Bobby, and Cesar show the proper position for the correct throw
7/11/2011 Young Horses
4 Cesar, Bobby Working with young horses on the Heel-O-Matic with Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar
6/27/2011 The Heel Box
Bobby Leaving the box, be ready to rope, and horsemanship
6/20/2011 Leaving the heeling box & scoring
7 Bobby Working with John Klam #7 Heeler on horsemanship, leaving the box, and scoring
6/20/2011 Heeling box position, control & horsemanship
Bobby Leaving the box to the proper position, control your run, and horsemanship
5/30/2011 Entering the heeling box
Clay How to enter the heeling box. Make good patterned runs in the practice pen. Snappy run with Jake, get into position to take the shot.
5/2/2011 Roping and horsemanship
10 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heeling with Jett Hillman and Bret, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/18/2011 Finding a good heel horse
Bobby Finding a good heel horse, and thanks to our sponsors
4/4/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Bobby Jack Pot Runs with Bobby Harris filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/4/2011 What I like in a heel horse
Clay What I like in a heel horse, and thanks to my sponsors
3/7/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Cesar, Bobby Consistency and horsemanship
2/28/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Bobby, Cesar Make a horse change to fit your style, but rope the same way
2/21/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Cesar Horsemanship, making adjustments with equipment for better control and consistent look
1/31/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part III
5 Bobby, Cesar, Clay Horsemanship (making adjustments) and position
1/24/2011 Heeling with Bobby
Bobby Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
12/1/2010 Horsemanship
Clay, Bobby Horsemanship - getting ready to rope with Bobby and Clay
12/1/2010 Heeling - Horsemanship
Clay, Bobby Warming-up your horse with Bobby and Clay.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
8/4/2014 Roping Clinic with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Horse position, roping with the tip of your rope
8/4/2014 Roping Clinic with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Delivering your heel loop
11/18/2013 Work on putting the tip of your rope over the back of the steer.
Bobby The delivery comes off the swing.
11/4/2013 Basic heel loop. Setting a trap.
Cesar Slow it down and open your hand. Be sure to get into proper position.
11/4/2013 Coaching tips from Clay.
Clay Clay's view on judging the corner to match the speed of the steer, spacing and horse position.
9/30/2013 Showing the heel horse how to make the corner.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic with guest, Marty Becker.
9/23/2013 Put horsemanship and roping together.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic with guest Marty Becker.
9/16/2013 Working with a young heel horse with guest, Marty Becker.
Bret Drills to use on the Heel-O-Matic.
5/27/2013 Timing is the key to heeling a steer.
Bret and Clay Learn how to find the jump (timing) on a sawhorse.
5/20/2013 Techniques for "timing" using a sawhorse.
Bret and Cesar "Legs come up and the loop goes down". Focus out of the box.
5/13/2013 Roping the sawhorse. Dummy height is important.
Clay and Cesar Create positive muscle memory. Consider a head rope vs heel rope.
4/15/2013 Heeling dummies.
Cesar and Clay Use the right kind of dummy to practice the heel loop for your techique.
3/26/2013 Roping the saw horse with Clay and Cesar.
Clay and Cesar The heel loop is guided into position. Throw a good loop to catch.
3/26/2013 Practicing on the saw horse.
Clay and Cesar Vary the positions when you practice. Learn how to catch in different positions.
2/25/2013 Tips for your rope.
Clay and Bret Be consistent in your set-up. Keep the rope balanced.
11/26/2012 Placement of the heel loop.
Clay and Bret Every swing simulates the delivery (under-over, under-over). Start at the right spot.
11/26/2012 Proper delivery of the heel loop.
Caly and Bret Set the angle first at the top. Throw out of your swing.
11/12/2012 Gound work with Bobby
Bobby The correct delivery of the heel loop. Understand it.
11/12/2012 Ground work with Bobby
Bobby One word association. Work on correct techiques.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Clay, Part I
Clay Perfect your skills. Differnt loops for differnt situations.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Clay, Part II
Clay Loop position. Focus on both the tip and the bottom strand.
10/29/2012 Ground work for heelers
Cesar The "trap" and the "scoop shot".
10/29/2012 Ground work. Basics and fundamentals for the the heeler.
Bobby Delivery of the heel loop. Your position and the tip of the rope.
10/22/2012 Ground work. Practice with a purpose
Bobby, Bret and Cesar Get your rhythm and timing on the dummy.
9/10/2012 Roping the heeling dummy
Bobby and Cesar Get into position, swing at the steer, and get some rhythm.
9/3/2012 Gound work for heelers
Cesar, Bobby and Bret Rope angle for heelers. Swing at the steer and put power on your swing.
7/23/2012 Work on your horsemanship on the dummy
Bpbby and Cesar Get ready and get into the proper position for your delivery.
7/9/2012 What to work on when you practice
Bobby and Cesar Avoid frustration. Think about getting in time and "just rope".
6/4/2012 Swing Angle
Cesar Get the tip to the target. The heel loop is "placed" not "thrown".
5/28/2012 Proper swing angle of the heel loop
Cesar Get your arm up and practice swinging your rope
2/20/2012 Roping the heeling dummy
Clay and Bret Feed your loop down. Get the proper position of the top strand and the bottom strand. See the loop before you get your slack.
2/20/2012 The basics of the heel loop and even coils in your hand.
Clay and Bret Always wear a glove to protect your hand and to feed your loop.
11/28/2011 Roping the heel-o-matic with student, Dave and Leonard
45 Bobby and Clay Picture perfect run. Slow things down. Take a good shot.
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with student, Dave
5 Bobby and Caly "The big gate". Start with your horse in the left lead.
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with student, Leonard
4 Bobby and Clay Practice techniques. Slow things down and isolate areas to improve. Get into correct position to rope, and keep your horse in a straight line.
11/14/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Clay and Bobby Students David and Leonard. "Look for your throw, get your timing, and control your horse".
11/7/2011 Working on the Saw Horse
Clay, Cesar Roping the dummy with students, Leonard and David. Make it authentic, get into the correct position, have the proper swing angle, and cover the target. Have the correct Hondo position, open your loop, and think SMOOTH.
11/7/2011 Working on the Saw Horse
Clay, Cesar Roping with student, Leonard. Develop muscle memory. Have the proper delivery, release and consistency of the swing. Have some
8/8/2011 Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic Part 3
4 Bobby, Cesar Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic with student, Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar Part 3
8/1/2011 Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic Part 2
4 Bobby, Cesar Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic with student, Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar Part II
7/4/2011 Student Ground Work - Part 2
Clay, Cesar, Bobby Clay, Bobby and Cesar explain how to practice the delivery. Controlling the timing and break-over with the steer.
7/4/2011 Student Ground Work - Part 1
Bobby, Clay, Cesar Students practice on the saw horse
12/1/2010 Placement of the heel loop
6 Clay Proper placement of the heel loop with Bret and Clay, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Horsemanship
Clay Horsemanship on the heel-o-matic with Clay, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Timing - Part 2
Clay Timing on the heel-o-matic with Clay, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Timing - PART 1
Clay Timing on the heel-o-matic with Clay, PART I, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
11/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Groundwork with Clay O'Brien Cooper
10/1/2010 Roping a heeling dummy (sawhorse)
Clay Practice timing using a sawhorse
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
3/18/2013 Have good body position throughout the run.
Clay and Bobby Don't lean when you throw. Be balanced for you and your horse.
4/30/2012 Spine angle needs to be straight-up.
Bret, Clay, Cesar, and Bobby Do not lean. Stay in the middle of your horse.
3/19/2012 Have the correct body position
Bobby and Bret Sit up straight and ride your horse. Don't lean. Move with the steer.
2/6/2012 Proper body position.
Clay and Bobby Get in balance. Have good posture. Proper upper body position.
1/9/2012 The correct body postion for the heeler
Charles, Cesar and Clay Stay in the center of your horse. Minimize your body motion.
10/10/2011 Body Position, with students Paul #4 elite, Brandon #5
5 Bret Cock your shoulder, keep your hand above your head for power
9/12/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Body Position
Bret Pro Heelers, Clay, Cesar, Bobby, shoulders cocked and loaded
5/23/2011 Upper Body Position
Clay Upper body position and using your left hand to provide width to get the heel horse in the proper position. Timing the swing and the jump of the steer
4/11/2011 Heeling with John #7
7 Bobby Jack Pot Runs with voice over from Bobby Harris
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Adjusting delivery for position, setting a good loop.
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Kick when you get too tight
12/16/2013 Get into a good position on the corner.
Charles If you miss the corner things go "south" in a hurry.
11/18/2013 Coaching tips from Clay.
Clay Get to the correct position and maintain it.
11/1/2013 Working with Zach on horse position.
Bobby, Cesar and Clay Get into position, read the corner, and set the bottom strand down.
8/19/2013 Focus on good horse position to make a smooth run.
Charles Get to the inside, see the steer, and make your throw.
8/5/2013 Don't over haze the steer.
Jake Keep your distance and don't get too tight.
7/29/2013 Recognize the handle. Be patient.
Jake Anticipate the corner. Get your spacing. Make adjustments.
7/29/2013 Heeling fresh steers. Get into good position.
Bobby Horse needs to stop when you deliver the heel loop.
7/8/2013 Heeling steers that get "heavy"
Bobby Read the steer in the cornor, and react.
5/20/2013 Dr. Andrew Currie, Vet Advisor to TTR.
Bret Get into position and "throw". Best wishes, Dr.
5/13/2013 Keep seperation for proper position to deliver the heel loop.
Bret and Clay See the steer's jump (feet).
3/11/2013 Have a game plan. Set up your shot.
Clay and Cesar Visualize your shot. See it all the way.
3/11/2013 Do not get "over-lapped" with the steer.
Clay, Bobby and Cesar See the steer. Keep your distance and get your timing.
3/4/2013 Good horse position begins in the box.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Don't get too close in the corner. It is a game of patience.
2/18/2013 Horse position on fresh steers that shoot and dart.
Clay and Cesar Don't get too tight. Stay wide and keep your distance.
2/18/2013 The importance of your left hand for good horse position.
Clay and Cesar Be steady with your left hand for smooth corner and control.
1/21/2013 Get your horse in the correct position.
Bret, Cesar and Clay Don't get too straight behind the steer. Get to the left. See the target.
1/14/2013 Leave enough separation for a good heel shot.
Bret, Clay and Cesar Don't get "in high, or too tight" on the steer.
1/7/2013 Pick-up the steer's jump.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Rope on the separation.
12/10/2012 Proper horse position for the heeler.
Charles and Clay Get in the correct position to make your throw.
11/19/2012 Get in the proper position with your horse.
Charles and Cesar See the steer and see your shot.
10/8/2012 Position of your horse is "key".
Bobby, Cesar, Charles and Jake Pick-up your horse, be in control and keep your distance.
9/17/2012 Get the heel horse in the proper position
Bobby, Cesar and Jake Different steers require different approaches (have a smooth entry and rope in time).
9/3/2012 Horse position for the heeler.
Bret and Bobby Keep pushing down the arena, keep some width. Read the steer.
8/20/2012 The importance of stopping your heel horse.
Bret and Cesar Stop your heel horse for more consistency. Rope on seperation.
7/16/2012 Know your header
Bret and Jake Keep your distance. Maintain your swing speed and pick a throw.
7/9/2012 Get the correct position to rope fast and to be consistent.
Bret Keep your position and find the steers jump.
5/7/2012 Correct horse position
Bret and Cesar Work on your horse even if the header misses. Keep your horse in position to rope.
4/9/2012 The heeling entry to the steer with head cam.
Bobby, Cesar and Bret See the target, and "square-up to the steer".
4/9/2012 Keep the proper horse position
Bobby and Cesar See the flow of the run. Do not get too close.
2/27/2012 Heeling with the head cam
Bobby Position to the clock (9,10,11, 12). Hold your position.
2/6/2012 Roping off the seperation.
Clay Judge the corner. Maintain body position and distance to the steer.
1/30/2012 Horse's head and nose toward the steer.
Clay and Cesar Horse has to bend. Shorten your left rein.
1/30/2012 Hitting the corner
Clay, Bobby and Cesar Getting to the corner on time
12/26/2011 Horse Position
Bret, Bobby and Cesar See what you are throwing at. See the target. Don't over run your throw.
8/29/2011 Clay working with Heeling Student
4 Clay Working with Paul, #4 elite, on proper position, timing, and delivery.
8/22/2011 Heeling with Students and Pros
Charles Clay shows proper position and perfect loop, Jake and Clay (how a good jackpot run should look).
8/8/2011 Heeling with student, Paul #4 elite and Pros
4 Bret Hard running steers. Take a good shot. Good practice and good instruction equals improvement
8/1/2011 Heeling with students, Paul #4 elite and Pros.
Bret Don’t get too close, stay wide going down the arena. Set-up your throw and take the same shot every time
7/18/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and the Pros.
4 Bret Keep your distance from the steer, timing, and delivery.
7/18/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and Pros
4 Bret Get into correct position, keep separation from the steer, and get in time with the steer.
6/13/2011 Get into position and don't be late
7 Clay Working with #7 heeler, John Klam, and youth heeler, Ky. Get into position and don’t be late.
6/6/2011 Heeler adjusting when the run changes
Clay Rodeo runs. Making adjustments and improvising for the given situation
5/16/2011 Body & horse position
7 Bret Rodeo Runs. Correct body position and correct horse position. Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/9/2011 Scoring and position
7 Bret Rodeo Runs. Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over
5/9/2011 Rodeo Runs
7 Bret Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/18/2011 Heeling with John #7
7 Bobby Jack Pot Runs with voice over from Bobby Harris
4/18/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Cesar Jack Pot Runs with Cesar de la Cruz filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/4/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Cesar Jack Pot Runs with Cesar de la Cruz filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
2/28/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Cesar, Bobby Body Posture, Horse Position, and Be Patient - slow down to speed-up
2/21/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Bobby Get to the inside position and finish the throw
2/1/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Bobby, Clay Maintain discipline, stay smooth, and improved horsemanship
1/31/2011 Heeling with Clay
Clay Read the situation and react
1/24/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part I
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar position, horsemanship (body alignment with your horse, length of reins, tie down adjustments, and trust your left hand)
1/10/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Bobby, Clay, Cesar Rope aggressive - rope faster
1/10/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Position, timing, delivery, and discipline
11/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Position and Horsemanship
11/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Bobby Position and Timing with Bobby Harris
11/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Bobby Be ready to rope, get into Position, and horsemanship
10/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Clay Horsemanship and position
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
12/9/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Charles Get the bottom strand on the ground to catch 2 feet.
12/9/2013 Heeling left handed.
Charles Tips and ajustments for left handed heelers.
10/14/2013 Roping bigger and heavier steers.
Bret See the feet in the loop. Finish your throw.
10/7/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Bret Set the bottom strand on the ground.
8/26/2013 Be aware of the distance of the rope stand between your hands.
Charles The distance determines how far the loop will travel.
8/19/2013 Swing over the steer's back.
Charles Get some seperation, and throw your heel loop.
6/3/2013 The proper angle of the heel loop.
Bret The angle needs to be "high to low".
5/27/2013 See the steer's legs in the loop.
Bret and Cesar Complete the throw. Don't grab your slack too quick.
4/29/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Bret, Cesar and Bobby Set the bottom of the loop "down".
3/18/2013 Heel loop swing and delivery.
Clay and Bobby Avoid a "wobble" in the swing. Create straight sides and a tip in your loop.
3/4/2013 Make a good strong swing on the heel loop.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Tighten-up your swing. Keep hand back and make a small rotation with your hand.
2/25/2013 Proper delivery of the heel loop.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Elbow starts the delivery of the heel loop.
2/11/2013 Proper swing and delivery of heel loop.
Bret and Cesar Swing the heel loop accross the steer's back. Don't get too high.
2/4/2013 The proper delivery of the heel loop.
Bret, Clay and Cesar Keep angle on the loop. Get the bottom set on the ground.
1/21/2013 Put the proper speed on your rope.
Bret and Bobby Speed on your rope allows you to catch-up to the steer's jump.
1/7/2013 The proper position of the heel loop.
Bret, Cesar, Bobby and Clay Get the tip over the steers back. Keep it down.
12/3/2012 Proper delivery of the heel loop in Total Slow Motion.
Charles, Cesar and Bobby Ride your horse to get the same "shot" every time.
8/27/2012 Rope faster and more consistent.
Cesar and Bret Set up your throw. Set a nice big loop.
7/16/2012 Make a good delivery
Bret See the steer's hip, get the bottom of your rope down. Have the correct loop size for control and range.
7/9/2012 To rope faster set up your throw.
Bret and Cesar Leave some space, and keep your swing speed to rope fast.
5/7/2012 Placement of the heel loop
Bret, Clay, Cesar and Bobby Proper placement to rope the hind feet consistently
4/30/2012 Position the heel loop, crossing over the steer's back.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Find your range for consistency
3/26/2012 Proper swing and clear vision
Bobby and Cesar Good position before you throw, see the target, and swing at the steer.
3/5/2012 Starting the swing for consistent delivery
Bobby Keep the left elbow tucked
2/13/2012 The importance of the left hand and left arm position
Clay, Bobby and Cesar Keep elbow in. Hold the coils in the proper position. Left rein is tight.
2/13/2012 Maintain the proper swing angle of your loop.
Clay Maintain the proper shoulder position and keep, the right elbow high.
1/23/2012 Swing Speed
Charles, Bret and Cesar Need swing speed to get your timing for consistent quality runs.
1/23/2012 How to get better? Advance with Cesar
Bret and Cesar Speed on swing, timing, find the steer's jump. React to situations.
1/9/2012 The proper length of rope "between your hands"
Charles, Bobby and Cesar Get the correct acount of rope between your hands to deliver a strong and balanced loop.
12/19/2011 The proper delivery of the heel loop
Bret, Bobby, Clay and Cesar Loop open, swing over the back of the steer, and the position of the right hand at delivery.
10/10/2011 Delivery, with students Brandon #5, Paul #4 elite
5 Bret Hand above your head, Proper angle on the swing, get your rope up
9/26/2011 Heeling with students Paul #4 Elite, and Ky
4 Bret Get speed on your rope, and read the corner
9/19/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Delivery
Bret Pro heelers, Cesar, Bobby, and Clay show you the proper angle of the loop and the proper hand position in the swing and delivery.
6/13/2011 Swing & position on slow steers for fast shot
Clay On slow steers get your swing into to proper position for a fast shot. Get into perfect rhythm, and take fast shots. Horsemanship on the heeling horse.
5/30/2011 The proper delivery of the heel loop
Clay Tough steers. Be patient. Heel horse sliding to a stop. The proper delivery of the heel loop (the elbow starts the delivery).
2/14/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Cesar Keeping the heel loop in position, and horsemanship
2/14/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Bobby, Cesar Proper position and delivery
10/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Horsemanship, swing, and delivery
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/21/2013 Why do you miss a leg?
Bret Late on timing, or steer gets too far in front of you.
6/3/2013 Getting to the next level.
Bret Know when to throw. Don't force your shot. Stay patient.
6/3/2013 Timing is the key.
Bret Catch the steer at the top of his jump. Practice "bouncing" a saw horse.
4/29/2013 Timing. There are differnt ways to do it.
Bret and Cesar Take one swing for one jump. "See it".
4/22/2013 Get in time with the steer.
Bret Don't throw out of "time". Find the steers jump.
4/15/2013 Timing for the heel loop.
Bret and Cesar Steer needs to take a complete jump. Long jumps is what you are looking for.
2/11/2013 Heeling "Timing"
Bret, Bobby and Cesar Timing is key to being consistent.
2/4/2013 The importance of timing for the heel loop.
Bret Throw when the feet are back and lifting. Find the steer's jump.
1/14/2013 The importance of timing for heelers.
Bret "Find the steers jump".
12/31/2012 Timing is key to a fast catch.
Bret, Cesar and Clay A video in Total Slow Motion for the "advanced heeler".
6/11/2012 Be patient, and get in time with the steer
Jake, Clay, Bobby and Charles Rope the steer in time, and at the height of the jump. Swing "jump for jump".
3/19/2012 Find the timing with the steer
Bobby, Clay and Bret Loop going down as the feet are going up
1/9/2012 Get in time with the steer
Bret and Clay Swing over the steer's back and pick-up his jump.
12/5/2011 Heeling with student, David, and the Pros, Cesar, Bobby and Clay
5 Bret, Cesar, Bobby and Clay The importance of timing. Get in time with the steer.
10/24/2011 Heeling with Cesar
Bret Priceless, timing, position, consistancy, the same thing every time
10/17/2011 Heeling with Students and Pros, Brandon #5
5 Bret Proper Timing and Position
10/3/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Horsemanship
Bret Pro Heelers – Bobby and Cesar on timing, setting-up the throw, and proper stop of the horse
8/8/2011 Heeling with Cesar and students, Paul #4 elite, Brandon #5.
4 Bret Proper separation, perfect timing and the perfect loop
8/1/2011 Heeling with Clay and student, Paul, #4 elite
4 Bret, Clay Clay on fast steers and his great timing. Students be patient, see the steers feet and don’t get too tight and inside
7/25/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and the Pros
4 Bret Get ready, position, timing and delivery
7/25/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and Pros
4 Bret Get into position and timing. Get ready to rope early.
6/13/2011 timing adjustments to ensure completed runs
7 Clay Jake and Cesar, and Jake and #7, John Klam. Make timing adjustments to ensure completed runs
6/13/2011 Get in time with the steer
Clay Heelers get in time with the steer, maintain position, create a good loop. Bobby’s “big loop”, and youth roper, Ky, making jackpot runs
5/23/2011 Timing to the steer in the corner
Clay Timing to the steer in the corner. Making smooth runs on green horse
3/7/2011 Heeling With Mike
5 Bobby Get in time with the steer, control your horse, rope pure and clean, and make good controlled runs
1/24/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part II
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Keep trying, rope in time, and horsemanship (sit-up square over your horse, keep riding, and avoid catching the horse’s front leg)
1/10/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar
1/1/2011 Heeling with Cesar
Cesar Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
11/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Clay Position and Timing with Clay O'Brien Cooper
10/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Clay Timing and position
10/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Bobby Timing and position
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
4/22/2013 When practicing on fresh steers, help your horse.
Bret, Bobby and Cesar There is a time to dally and a time not to dally.
4/8/2013 Dallying
Bret and Clay
4/1/2013 Do's and Don'ts of Dallying
Bret and Cesar Avoid problems. Keep coils out of the way and lock it down.
9/24/2012 Hold your slack to not lose a leg.
Bobby and Cesar Hold your right hand "up", take out your slack, then dally.
12/26/2011 The proper dally for heelers
Bret, Bobby and Clay Hold your slack. Dally before the rope comes tight. Have your hand around the horn and pull it back. Read the steer.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
6/18/2012 Good handle for heelers
Jake, Bobby and Cesar Maintain good spacing to rope on the corner. Always throw in time with the steer.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/15/2013 Heeling fresh steers.
Bobby and Clay Read the steer, make adjustments. Stay focused and be patient.
4/8/2013 Be aware of the roping conditions. Pay attention to the cattle.
Bret, Cesar, and Bobby Know when to take your shot.
4/1/2013 Be patient. Don't take your shot too soon.
Bret Don't take yourself out of the roping. Be patient.
10/15/2012 Adjusting to steers for the heelers
Bobby Hold your position, get in time, and make adjustments as needed.
9/17/2012 Make adjustments depending on the steer.
Bobby, Jake and Charles Keep your left hand "up" to set up the run. Look at steer's legs, get in time and lead with the tip.
6/18/2012 Heelers need to make adjustments to steers.
Jake, Bobby and Clay Read the steer's position. Adapt to what you see.
6/11/2012 Rope fast. "Time is money"
Jake and Cesar Have good fundamentals, and "throw fast"
4/2/2012 Steers that move to the right.
Bobby and Cesar Cattle that move into you. Keep your horse picked-up
3/5/2012 Make adjustments on difficult steers. Steers that can take you out of the roping.
Bobby and Cesar Anticpate the situation. Get into position, and rope. Read the cattle.
1/16/2012 Do you want to get better? Advance with Clay
Bret and Clay Keep speed on your rope, know the steers jump, and take your shot.
4/11/2011 Jack Pot Runs and Rodeo Runs
Bobby Jack Pot Runs and Rodeo Runs with Bobby Harris, filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Heel horse following head horse -- you want separation. Get in front.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Dallying every time messes up horses.
12/23/2013 Practice at 75%. Make sure things are working correctly.
Bret Get it right before you speed it up.
6/10/2013 Practice good fundamentals.
Bobby Stay focused. Don't be too aggressive.
12/3/2012 What do you focus on in the heel box??
Clay and Bret Check into a "concentration zone". Focus is key.
10/1/2012 Why do we miss??
Bobby Focus, concentrate, and make corrections in the practice pen.
7/9/2012 A conversation with the Pros on what to work on in practice?
Bobby and Cesar Work on horsemanship skills, and ride your horse to set-up the throw.
3/26/2012 Be mentally prepared
Bobby, Jake, Clay, Cesar and Charles Be a "Professional" Stay focused.
9/5/2011 Heeling with Students
Bret, Bobby As a subscriber, how do I use TTR to get better (with Paul, 4 elite)
9/5/2011 How to Practice Part II
Bret, Bobby Be prepared (rope the saw horse), warm-up your horse, rope the heel-o-matic, catch the first steer (mental focus), work ethic, put in the time to get better
8/29/2011 How to Practice Part I
Bret, Bobby Have a game plan for both ground work (rope the saw horse) and horsemanship (get your timing), focus to get better and move to the next step, have a goal, and be mentally strong (be determined and try).
10/1/2010 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Bobby Practice when getting cut off on the right fence
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/21/2013 Haze the steer to help your header.
Bret Don't be late. Hold the steer to the middle.
10/1/2012 Scoring from the heel box.
Bobby and Cesar Leave the box under control. Adjust your speed to the steer.
3/12/2012 Proper scoring for the heel horse
Bobby Get in the box. Be prepared for the run. Speak to your horse.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/27/2013 Cesar heeling in Total Slow Motion.
Jake Cesar likes to rope fast. He rides really good position.
11/27/2013 Clay heeling in Total Slow Motion.
Jake He never takes a bad shot. Be patient and be disciplined.
12/24/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Heelers
Charles, Cesar, Clay and Bobby Watch the Pro heelers in 480 frames/second.
12/17/2012 Heeling runs in Total Slow Motion with Clay and Cesar
Clay and Cesar Study the detail in these runs to improve.
11/19/2012 Total Slow Motion for Heelers
Clay, Cesar, Bobby and Charles Watch the Pros Heel in Total Slow Motion.
8/6/2012 Total Slow Motion, types of delivery in the heel loop.
Bret Be versatile based on your position. Study differences.
7/30/2012 Total Slow Motion, Heeling
Bret Timing, delivery, placement of the loop, and dally.
7/30/2012 Total Slow Motion, Header and Heeler
Bret See new things for the heeler (delivery and placement of the loop) and header (handlling steers).
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Working fresh steers, horn-to-horn steer will do what you do, sit down
1/6/2014 Jack Pot Runs with Total Slow Motion
Watch before you practice or compete.
11/1/2013 Jack Pot Runs with Total Slow Motion
Jake, Clay, Cesar and Bobby Watch before you practice or compete.
9/23/2013 Working on making smooth consistent Jack Pot Runs with guest Kevin Stewart.
Bret Stay focused in the practice pen.
9/12/2013 Meet our guests, Kevin Stewart and Marty Becker.
Bret and Charles Some addtional persectives.
5/21/2012 Runs in real time and slow motion with music
Jake, Cesar, Clay and Charles Watch before you practice or compete.
5/14/2012 Point of view from remote controlled helicopter
Bret, Cesar and Clay Observe heading and heeling "from above" with music
1/23/2012 Pro Runs in real time and slow motion to music
Charles, Cesar, Clay, Bret, Jake and Bobby Watch these runs before you practice or compete. Get the feeling.
12/26/2011 Pro Runs in real time and slow motion with music
Jake, Clay, Bobby, Cesar, Charles and Bret Watch before you practice or compete. Visualize how to do it!
9/12/2011 Heeling with the Pros
Bret Complete Runs with Cesar, Bobby, and Clay
3/14/2011 Professional Runs IV
Jake, Charles, Bobby, Clay, Bret Practice runs with the experts, in real time, with voice over comments
12/1/2010 Professional Runs III
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts in real-time and slow motion.
11/1/2010 Professional Runs II
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts
10/1/2010 Professional Runs I
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts. Same as Pro Run IV but with music - no voice over.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
9/22/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Fix your horse in practice.
7/28/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Adjusting your swing; smaller steers; unruly head horses.
7/28/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Practicing with unfamiliar horses; when your horse wants to buck.
5/12/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles Bret and Charles break down a run on a "strong steer".
5/12/2014 Horsemanship
Bret, Charles Practice for you and your horse.
5/5/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Keep things calm when you practice.
5/5/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Practice for your horse.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/14/2014 Roping practice with Bret
Bret Don't get your hand too far out...
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/24/2014 Keep Riding... Always Teaching Your Horse
Bret Start around and un-dally when practicing.
11/24/2014 Rating Horse Anticipates Throw
Bret Keep ratey horses from getting droppy.
11/24/2014 Working with Horses
Bret Strategies when you feel your horse holding back.
11/17/2014 Horse Conditioning with ATV and Sled
Charles, Bret Driving sled like a steer, circle drill, cutting right.
11/17/2014 Sled Practice How-To
Charles, Bret Start slow, score, show the horse and riders what they needs to see.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Sled drills to amp down your horse.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Timing, position, flatten your loop to rope a dragger.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Check horn shape to adjust loop tip.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Read your steer and react, steer stepping right.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Watch the left hand. When to push your horse. Timing for clean corners.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Tap the breaks to communicate with your horse. What to do when you neck a steer.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Set up your run on the approach. Comparing header styles.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Getting tip down, proper slack. Heeling later to train your horse. Avoid the runaway train.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Head horse timing, time to dally.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Header pulling left with slack, heeler lifting slack and dallying, timing.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Good position, swing, timing the jump.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Try to eliminate the pull, help from your horse, experiment.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Plan practice as a team.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Fix horses in practice, loop placement when steer is on the outside.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Guest heeler Kody Beach, consistent good loop, timing the jump.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Feel what your horses are doing by doing something a little differently.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Score steers for feel, slower steers for green horses, start out good in the box.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Extra jumps for heel horse training, rope speed, stop pulling heel horse.
9/22/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Horse Position, don't let the horse tell you when to rope.
9/22/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Know your horse, rope and stop, rope and push.
9/22/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Staying with your rope longer, gearing back your horse.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Conversation with Tee, developing horses.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Trapped in too tight, swing speed.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heeling, green horses, get your horses working, catch and follow for position.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Reacting to steer turning in, setting up your heeler, reacting vs. reading.
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Heeling higher and wider, setup the shot.
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Big horn steer open up and right-to-left more, patient, conditioning steers, adjusting to steers
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Fix it in practice, fresh steers, dial in your horse, train your steers
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tell your horse what to do not vice versa
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Start with horse then position, swing, delivery, set swing to steer
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heels with Bret heading, sacrificing runs to train your horse
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heels with Bret heading, head horse running off, adjust, stabilize your hands
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Why we practice, Strong Steers, Let them bounce
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Get good out of every run, watch and help your partner
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Position, timing, and teamwork
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Perfect practice makes perfect
8/4/2014 Practice runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Steer stop - fix it in the practice arena
7/28/2014 Practice runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Adjust for your horse, horse position
9/16/2013 Jack Pot Runs with guest, Marty Becker.
Charles Practice runs on "rodeo" head horse, and young (green) heel horse.
9/16/2013 Jack Pot Runs with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Bret Practice for your horse. Make runs for your horse.
9/12/2013 Practicing jack pot runs with Charles and guest, Marty Becker.
Charles Make adjustments in your practice sessions. Be a team.
9/12/2013 Bret and guest, Kevin Stewart, on "How to Practice"
Bret Have a plan, and get ready to compete.
1/28/2013 Tips on "How to Practice".
Bret, Bobby, Jake and Clay Have a goal. Make changes. Be aware of your horse. Make runs for your horse. Create pressure.
12/5/2011 Pressure. How to handle pressure on "last steer"
Bret, Clay and Jake Focus on the task. Think positive. Practice putting pressure on yourself.
11/28/2011 Practice with a purpose
Bret, Clay and Jake Dallying and timing for the heeler. Read things for the header. Get the "feel" for a good run.
11/28/2011 Common FAQ's on "How to Practice", Part II
Bret, Clay and Jake Set goals and achieve them. Practice with a purpose. Develop a focus and concentration. Keep it simple and practice catching. Practice the fundamentals.
8/22/2011 How to Practice
Bret, Jake and Clay Focus and concentrate, create mental imagery
6/27/2011 Breaking in Fresh Cattle. Part III
Jake Heading, working on the handle for headers and teaming with you heelers. Get the proper position and coordinate the slack, dally and handle.
6/20/2011 Breaking in Fresh Cattle, Part II
Jake, Bret Practice runs -- the fundamentals of good complete runs, and horsemanship (scoring, position, handle and face).
6/20/2011 Breaking In Fresh Cattle, Part I
Jake How to handle cattle effectively for both heading and heeling. This includes horsemanship.
1/17/2011 The mental aspect of roping
Clay, Bobby, Charles Preparing for competition - focus, fundamentals, concentration, and execution under pressure
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Horses in the right lead vs left lead.
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret When your horse makes it hard.
10/20/2014 Get the Most from TTR
Charles, Bret How to watch, looking for specifics, not just result.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
12/9/2013 Tom and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Tom
12/2/2013 Charles and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine,
Charles
11/27/2013 Bret and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Bret
11/11/2013 Clay and Dr. Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Clay, Harry Clay's #1 horse, LB, is on Total Equine.
3/18/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM on horse feed.
Bret The importance of minerals and the amount of hay for your horse.
11/21/2011 Total Equine with Dr. Harry Anderson - Part 2
Tom How proper nutrition affects your horse's performance and growth..
11/14/2011 Total Equine with Dr. Harry Anderson - Part 1
Tom How Total Equine formula works and provides positive results for your horse.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
3/25/2013 Hoof Care Part II with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret Maintain a balanced foot from front to back. Two shoeings can make a difference.
3/25/2013 Hoof care with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret A long toe and an under-slung heel puts too much pressure on the foot. Eight weeks is too long to shoe your horse.
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
10/21/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM, with basic first aid kit.
Bret Be prepared when you hit the road.
10/14/2013 Pre-purchase exam with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Charles How it works, and why you should have one.
4/1/2013 Care for your horses' teeth with Dr. Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret What to look for in the horses' mouth. Check teeth once a year.
3/18/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM on worming and vaccinations.
Bobby
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
1/13/2014 How to properly fit your bit and tie down.
Bret Spurs. Yes or no??
1/13/2014 Some basics for a green horse.
Bret Pay attention to your horse.
12/10/2012 "Stop and back-up" are critical to roping.
Bobby Cues for your horse. Repetition is key.
12/10/2012 Type of gear to protect your horse.
Bobby Breast collar, pad, saddle, cinch, splint boots and over reach boots.
12/10/2012 Tie downs. Types and postion for horse's balance.
Bobby Flat nose tie down, and rope tie down.
12/3/2012 Proper fit of the bit in the horses mouth.
Bobby Understand the fit for better results.
12/3/2012 Bits and tie downs.
Bobby Get control of your horse
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
4/18/2011 Saddles Part III
Bret Custom Fit, Extreme Examples - Larry Coats, Coates Saddlery
4/11/2011 Saddles Part II
Bret How to fit a saddle - Larry Coats, Coats Saddlery
4/4/2011 Saddles Part I, Larry Coats, Coats Saddlery
Bret Proper fit with Larry Coats and Bret Beach
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/7/2011 Chute Help
Bret Austin Larramore demonstrates the Chute Help and it’s new innovations to make roping easier
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/18/2013 Saddle Pads
Brent and Cesar What to look for in fitting a pad for your horse?
10/1/2010 Protective Gear
Jake, Charles Gear Review
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
7/18/2011 Brand new ropes
Charles, Bret Cactus Ropes with Mike Piland, VP and General Manager, Barry Berg, Production Manager, present breaking in a new rope, care for the new rope and how to re-seat your rope on every run.
7/11/2011 Cactus Ropes with Mike Piland, VP and General Manager, and Barry Berg, Production Manager
Charles, Bret What strand of rope fits you, and what is the best rope for various weather conditions?
6/27/2011 Care & Storage of Ropes
Clay, Cesar Cesar explains the type of rope he uses their care and storage and preparation.
6/27/2011 Ropes - Part 1, types and use
Clay, Cesar Clay and Cesar explain the types of ropes and purpose of the ropes.
12/1/2010 Ropes - Part 2
Bobby, Charles Breaking in your rope for heading and heeling with Bobby and Charles
12/1/2010 Ropes - Part 1
Bobby, Charles Picking your rope for heading and heeling with Bobby and Charles
Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/1/2010 Bits Part 2
Bobby, Clay Gear Review
10/1/2010 Bits Part 1
Bobby, Clay Gear Review - Bits Part 1

All Videos by Date - Newest at the Top

Date Title Level Instructor(s) Description
11/24/2014 Tuning Horses
Bret Horse rating too far back.
11/24/2014 Working with Horses
Bret Strategies when you feel your horse holding back.
11/24/2014 Rating Horse Anticipates Throw
Bret Keep ratey horses from getting droppy.
11/24/2014 Keep Riding... Always Teaching Your Horse
Bret Start around and un-dally when practicing.
11/17/2014 Sled Practice How-To
Charles, Bret Start slow, score, show the horse and riders what they needs to see.
11/17/2014 Horse Conditioning with ATV and Sled
Charles, Bret Driving sled like a steer, circle drill, cutting right.
11/17/2014 ATV Horse Drills
Bret Teaching your horse to take your pace.
11/17/2014 How to Practice Ground Work
Charles Charles coaches Yancey's ground work.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Read your steer and react, steer stepping right.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Check horn shape to adjust loop tip.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Timing, position, flatten your loop to rope a dragger.
11/10/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Sled drills to amp down your horse.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Getting tip down, proper slack. Heeling later to train your horse. Avoid the runaway train.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Set up your run on the approach. Comparing header styles.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Tap the breaks to communicate with your horse. What to do when you neck a steer.
11/3/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Watch the left hand. When to push your horse. Timing for clean corners.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Good position, swing, timing the jump.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Header pulling left with slack, heeler lifting slack and dallying, timing.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Head horse timing, time to dally.
10/27/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Adjusting delivery for position, setting a good loop.
10/20/2014 Get the Most from TTR
Charles, Bret How to watch, looking for specifics, not just result.
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret When your horse makes it hard.
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Horses in the right lead vs left lead.
10/20/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Reading the steer, managing your left hand
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Making your head horse finish, with guest header Yancey.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Riding the bit is like riding the breaks.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Dallying every time messes up horses.
10/13/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Heel horse following head horse -- you want separation. Get in front.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Guest heeler Kody Beach, consistent good loop, timing the jump.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Fix horses in practice, loop placement when steer is on the outside.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Plan practice as a team.
10/6/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ
Charles, Bret Try to eliminate the pull, help from your horse, experiment.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Extra jumps for heel horse training, rope speed, stop pulling heel horse.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Score steers for feel, slower steers for green horses, start out good in the box.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Feel what your horses are doing by doing something a little differently.
9/29/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Guest heeler Kody Beach, horse position, know your horse.
9/22/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Fix your horse in practice.
9/22/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Staying with your rope longer, gearing back your horse.
9/22/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Know your horse, rope and stop, rope and push.
9/22/2014 Charles Pogue, 3 Time BFI Champ on Green Horses
Charles, Bret Horse Position, don't let the horse tell you when to rope.
9/15/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Throw when you know you can catch, slow steers...
9/15/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Steer swinging head, wrong header position.
9/15/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Aggressive practice, steer running left.
9/15/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Planning strategies, heeler timing, team roping.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Reacting to steer turning in, setting up your heeler, reacting vs. reading.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heeling, green horses, get your horses working, catch and follow for position.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Trapped in too tight, swing speed.
9/8/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Conversation with Tee, developing horses.
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tell your horse what to do not vice versa
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Fix it in practice, fresh steers, dial in your horse, train your steers
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Big horn steer open up and right-to-left more, patient, conditioning steers, adjusting to steers
9/1/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Heeling higher and wider, setup the shot.
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Start with horse then position, swing, delivery, set swing to steer
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Kick when you get too tight
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Adjust swing speed, swing faster to rope faster
8/25/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Letting fresh steers find their feet
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Working fresh steers, horn-to-horn steer will do what you do, sit down
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Why we practice, Strong Steers, Let them bounce
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heels with Bret heading, head horse running off, adjust, stabilize your hands
8/18/2014 Featuring Hall-of-Famer Tee Woolman
Tee Woolman, Bret Tee heels with Bret heading, sacrificing runs to train your horse
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Perfect practice makes perfect
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Position, timing, and teamwork
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Get good out of every run, watch and help your partner
8/11/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Teaching your horse while you are learning
8/4/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Take your horse from a problem to competition with better practice
8/4/2014 Roping Clinic with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Delivering your heel loop
8/4/2014 Roping Clinic with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Horse position, roping with the tip of your rope
8/4/2014 Practice runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Eight-Time World Champion - Steer stop - fix it in the practice arena
7/28/2014 Practice runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Adjust for your horse, horse position
7/28/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Practicing with unfamiliar horses; when your horse wants to buck.
7/28/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Adjusting your swing; smaller steers; unruly head horses.
7/28/2014 Practice Runs with Rich Skelton and Bret
Rich Skelton, Bret Adjustments for horse; enter the box with rope ready; safe practice.
7/21/2014 Rich Skelton Practice Runs with Bret 4
Rich Skelton, Bret Practice runs with Rich and Bret... adjusting to steers
7/21/2014 Drills to Tune Your Horse
Bret Stay focused on what your horse is doing...
7/21/2014 Teaching Your Horse to Face
Bret Working with your horse using the sled.
7/21/2014 The Difference Between Tuning and Training
Bret Your horse has to know what you want of them.
7/14/2014 Rich Skelton Practice Runs with Bret 1
Rich Skelton, Bret Rich and Bret practice with unfamiliar horses.
7/14/2014 Rich Skelton Practice Runs with Bret 2
Rich Skelton, Bret Have a strong swing with good position...
7/14/2014 Rich Skelton Practice Runs with Bret 3
Rich Skelton, Bret More practice runs with Rich...
7/14/2014 Roping practice with Bret
Bret Don't get your hand too far out...
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Watch and see what adjustments Charles recommends.
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Stay hooked. Stay in the roping.
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles In competition, be patient. Give yourself a chance to advance.
7/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifer, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Observe the runs and see what adjusments you would make.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Pick out the good things and things that are not so good. Goal is to improve your roping.
6/30/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Make adjuments on the steers. Put some pressure on yourself when you practice.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Look for what it takes to be consistent.
6/30/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Breaking down the runs with Charles.
6/23/2014 Put power on your swing
Bret and Charles Throw with your elbow. Keep your hand back.
6/23/2014 Be aware of your left hand.
Bret and Charles Your left hand will help you catch.
6/23/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Have "speed control" on your runs while practicing.
6/23/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Vary the speed that you practice. Make adjustments.
6/16/2014 Practice Runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Make good "snappy runs" for you and your horse.
6/16/2014 Learn to swing your rope correctly.
Bret and Charles Take the "wobble" out of your swing.
6/16/2014 Logging your horse.
Charles Practice these drills to help your horse be under control.
6/16/2014 Practice Runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret and Charles Practice as a team. Have a plan when you practice.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Watch for things that are good, and what could be better.
6/9/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Work on getting your horse in the correct position.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Pick out some things that will make you better. Stay in control.
6/9/2014 Competitive Runs at #10 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Charles Try to survive. Stay in the roping.
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Work as a team. "Slow is smooth, smooth is fast"
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Get your cattle caught!
6/2/2014 Short Round #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar You have to catch to "win money".
6/2/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch teams trying to make the short round.
5/26/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Observe the different styles in a competitive roping.
5/26/2014 Horsemanship
Bret, Charles Things to look for when you first get on a strange horse.
5/26/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret See the competitve aspect. See what it takes to win.
5/26/2014 Practice runs with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Practice to get better. Work together.
5/19/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles There is always something to work on in the practice pen.
5/19/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for what you would change.
5/19/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles Practice for your horse.
5/19/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Fun to watch ropers in competition. A good corner makes for a smooth run.
5/12/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Look for the positives and things that could be better.
5/12/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret See what it takes to stay in the roping.
5/12/2014 Horsemanship
Bret, Charles Practice for you and your horse.
5/12/2014 Horsemanship.
Bret, Charles Bret and Charles break down a run on a "strong steer".
5/5/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Practice for your horse.
5/5/2014 Horsemanship with Bret and Charles.
Bret, Charles Keep things calm when you practice.
5/5/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Bret breaks down the runs.
5/5/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that went well.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/28/2014 WSTR Qualifier #11 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part IV.
Charles Analysis of #11 Short Go.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Pick-up the "jump" and get your timing.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that go well, and what went wrong.
4/21/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Watch for things that can make you better in competition.
4/21/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Look for things that you might do the same or differntly.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Provide a good handle to help your heeler.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get a good start. Give your heeler a good look. Timing is key for the heeler.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton,Texas
Bret Be patient. Learn from your experiences.
4/14/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Pick-up the steer's jump. Stay hooked.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Comments and observations of runs in competition.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get a good start. Be patient on the handle. Be smooth.
4/7/2014 Competitve Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Make adjustments to the steers you draw. Stay in the roping.
4/7/2014 Competitive Runs at #12 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Get to your spot. Get a solid handle for your heeler.
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I.
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/31/2014 WSTR Qualifer, #13 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II.
Clay Analysis of #13 Short Go.
3/31/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Heeler's job is to catch two feet. "Name of the game".
3/31/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Video your runs. Break them down, and get some coaching.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Focus and concentrate when you pracitce. Execute when the money is up.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Stay in the roping. Be patient. Don't take chances.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Breaking it down with Cesar.
3/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Be competitive. Smooth is fast. Get a good start and finish.
3/17/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Learn from your mistakes. Timing is critical in the heel catch.
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Watch videos to see what works. "Set-up the run"..
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar "Stay Hooked". Work as a team.
3/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Don't panic. Smooth is "fast".
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Catch all of your steers. Don't take yourself out with a bad draw.
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Be patient. Stay hooked. Don't panic. Smooth is "fast".
3/10/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar In a 4 header you are going to get a variety of steers. You need to catch to get a check. Stay in the roping.
3/10/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Cesar Get a good start. Have the correct angle on your rope. Help your heeler.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Learn by breaking things down. Winning comes down to execution.
3/3/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Have a strategy. Don't try to make-up a bad draw all at one time.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Clay and Bret Header needs to help the heeler. Match things up.
3/3/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay and Bret Handling the steer is critical for the heeler to have a chance.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton,Texas.
Clay Try to create textbook runs. Make clean catches to stay in the roping.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Make adjustments to steers to set things up for a good run.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton,Texas.
Clay Help your heeler with a good handle. Try to catch in first half of arena.
2/24/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Get into good position. Be patient.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Position and timing are critical.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Stay under control to advance to short round.
2/17/2014 Competitve Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Have a game plan to stay in the roping.
2/17/2014 Competitive Runs at #13 WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Clay Timing and position are critical to staying in the roping.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part III.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part IV.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part II.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/10/2014 WSTR Qualifier, #15 Short Go, Hamilton, Texas, Part I.
Bret Analysis of #15 Short Go.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Set up your heeler. No mistakes. Don't beat yourself.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Have a tight swing. Keep the power and speed on your swing.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Teams headed to short round to win money.
2/3/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Make a smooth run. Take advantage of opportunities. School your horse if needed.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Analysis of runs in competition.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifer, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Get a good start. Get a good face.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas
Bret Give your heeler a good look. Stay in the roping.
1/29/2014 Competitive Runs at WSTR Qualifier, Hamilton, Texas.
Bret Take extra time. Don't beat yourself.
1/20/2014 Tips and drills on the dummy with your horse.
Bret Learn to use your feet and legs. Practice in steps.
1/20/2014 Work on the correct delivery to avoid splitting the horns.
Charles Do not push the rope. Throw off your swing.
1/20/2014 Safety tips for a green horse.
Bret Start slow and build confidence.
1/20/2014 Keep your horse in the corner.
Charles Get the correct angle to the steer.
1/13/2014 Drills to use on the dummy.
Charles Make it uncomfortable until it is comfortable.
1/13/2014 Roping the dummy on your horse.
Bret Why one splits the horns and misses the right horn. Balance the distance between your hands.
1/13/2014 Some basics for a green horse.
Bret Pay attention to your horse.
1/13/2014 How to properly fit your bit and tie down.
Bret Spurs. Yes or no??
1/6/2014 Jack Pot Runs with Total Slow Motion
Watch before you practice or compete.
1/6/2014 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and John at WSTR Finals.
1/6/2014 Scoring at WSTR Finals
Bret Getting a good start is critical
1/6/2014 Steers that go left.
Charles Make adjustments. Keep your distance, and avoid getting straight behind the steer.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs.
Bret Shawn and Dan at WSTR Finals, Part 2.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs.
Bret Shawn and Dan at WSTR Finals, Part 1.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals, Part 2.
12/30/2013 Analysis of WSTR Finals Runs
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals, Part 1
12/23/2013 Analysis of a WSTR Finals Run
Bret Randy Brooks and Charles at WSTR Finals
12/23/2013 To rope faster get ready quicker.
Charles First swing is at the traget. Start your rope early.
12/23/2013 Handling steers that step to you.
Jake Keep the steer on a tight rope. Take the slack out of your rope.
12/23/2013 Practice at 75%. Make sure things are working correctly.
Bret Get it right before you speed it up.
12/16/2013 Get into a good position on the corner.
Charles If you miss the corner things go "south" in a hurry.
12/16/2013 Heading fast, hard running steers.
Jake Read the situation, react, and control the steer.
12/16/2013 Rope basics.
Jake Get the fundamentals correct to be consistent.
12/16/2013 Facing your horse. Save time for a quick flag.
Charles Use your right leg and left hand for a faster face.
12/9/2013 Waving the head loop off the steer's horns.
Jake Jake's pointers to aviod the "wave off".
12/9/2013 Handling steers roped around the neck.
Charles Keep a tight rope in the corner. Keep your horse "soft" in the corner.
12/9/2013 Heeling left handed.
Charles Tips and ajustments for left handed heelers.
12/9/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Charles Get the bottom strand on the ground to catch 2 feet.
12/9/2013 Tom and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Tom
12/2/2013 Charles and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine,
Charles
12/2/2013 What to look for in fitting a saddle pad for your horse, Part II,
Bret and Cesar
12/2/2013 Bobby heeling in Total Slow Motion.
Jake Bobby rides good position, excellent horseman, and gets in time with the steer.
12/2/2013 Body posture is key to heading.
Jake Don't lean. Keep your body straight to get more run out of your horse.
12/2/2013 Roping medium speed steers.
Jake Read the steer and make adjustments. Left hand is important.
11/27/2013 Dallying. Safety first.
Jake Work on the correct technique.
11/27/2013 Heading slow steers.
Jake Be ready to rope. Rope them quick. The handle is key.
11/27/2013 Bret and Dr. Harry Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Bret
11/27/2013 Clay heeling in Total Slow Motion.
Jake He never takes a bad shot. Be patient and be disciplined.
11/27/2013 Cesar heeling in Total Slow Motion.
Jake Cesar likes to rope fast. He rides really good position.
11/18/2013 Coaching tips from Clay.
Clay Get to the correct position and maintain it.
11/18/2013 Work on putting the tip of your rope over the back of the steer.
Bobby The delivery comes off the swing.
11/18/2013 Saddle Pads
Brent and Cesar What to look for in fitting a pad for your horse?
11/18/2013 To get to another level work on being "sharper".
Jake Be competitive in the practice pen. Watch the Pros Rope.
11/18/2013 Tips from Jake on handling steers.
Jake Be in control, slow down, yet keep moving.
11/11/2013 Clay coaches Kris on horse position, horsemanship and dally.
Clay Note: Kris is a left handed heeler.
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with Zach.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Coaching from the pros on Zach's fundamentals.
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with student, Jake.
Bret, Bobby and Jake Coaching tips from the pros to help you get better.
11/11/2013 Jack Pot Runs with student, Richard.
Bret and Jake Coaching tips from the pros. Apply the tips to your roping.
11/11/2013 Clay and Dr. Anderson discuss Total Equine.
Clay, Harry Clay's #1 horse, LB, is on Total Equine.
11/4/2013 Coaching tips from Clay.
Clay Clay's view on judging the corner to match the speed of the steer, spacing and horse position.
11/4/2013 Basic heel loop. Setting a trap.
Cesar Slow it down and open your hand. Be sure to get into proper position.
11/4/2013 Coaching Tips from Charles and Jake with student, Jake.
Charles and Jake Make adjustments. Work on your horse position.
11/4/2013 Practice ground work based on what you do in the practice pen on live cattle.
Jake Practice roping the dummy from differnt positions. Mix it up. Rope differnt size horns.
11/1/2013 Handling steers with Charles and guest Kevin Stewart
Bret Handling bigger, heavier steers, and the effect it has on the heeler.
11/1/2013 Working with Zach on horse position.
Bobby, Cesar and Clay Get into position, read the corner, and set the bottom strand down.
11/1/2013 Jack Pot Runs with Total Slow Motion
Jake, Clay, Cesar and Bobby Watch before you practice or compete.
10/21/2013 Haze the steer to help your header.
Bret Don't be late. Hold the steer to the middle.
10/21/2013 Why do you miss a leg?
Bret Late on timing, or steer gets too far in front of you.
10/21/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM, with basic first aid kit.
Bret Be prepared when you hit the road.
10/21/2013 Get a good start. Ride your horse.
Bret Drop your hand and work your feet.
10/14/2013 The importance of the left hand.
Bret If you miss think "why"? Make corrections. Don't let one mistake lead to another mistake.
10/14/2013 Scoring with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles How far do you let the steer out? Have a plan. Watch the pin, plate, or gate.
10/14/2013 Pre-purchase exam with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Charles How it works, and why you should have one.
10/14/2013 Roping bigger and heavier steers.
Bret See the feet in the loop. Finish your throw.
10/7/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Bret Set the bottom strand on the ground.
10/7/2013 Guests, Kevin Stewart and Marty Becker.
Charles and Bret Contact information
10/7/2013 Know where you are in the arena.
Bret Give your heeler a "good shot".
10/7/2013 Guest, Marty Becker, discusses horsemanship.
Bret Take your time and create a good product.
10/7/2013 Roping the dummy with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles Kevin's philosophy on roping the dummy.
9/30/2013 The approach to the steer is critical.
Bret Practice reading the steer and reacting to the steer.
9/30/2013 When you practice work on your horsemanship.
Bret Feel what they are doing and fix it immediately.
9/30/2013 Opinions on ropes with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles Head ropes either XS or S, heel ropes either M or MS.
9/30/2013 Showing the heel horse how to make the corner.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic with guest, Marty Becker.
9/23/2013 Put horsemanship and roping together.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic with guest Marty Becker.
9/23/2013 Working on making smooth consistent Jack Pot Runs with guest Kevin Stewart.
Bret Stay focused in the practice pen.
9/23/2013 Dr. Andrew Currie, DVM, discusses
Bret What are the symptoms, and what do you need to do?
9/23/2013 Selecting a rope and rope care with guest Kevin Stewart.
Charles Rope needs to swing well and be properly broken in.
9/23/2013 Swing aid
Charles Use to perfect your swing and/or rehab your shoulder.
9/16/2013 The correct way to leave the box on your run with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Charles Check the set-up. Maintain your distance.
9/16/2013 Jack Pot Runs with guest, Kevin Stewart.
Bret Practice for your horse. Make runs for your horse.
9/16/2013 Jack Pot Runs with guest, Marty Becker.
Charles Practice runs on "rodeo" head horse, and young (green) heel horse.
9/16/2013 Working with a young heel horse with guest, Marty Becker.
Bret Drills to use on the Heel-O-Matic.
9/12/2013 Bret and guest, Kevin Stewart, on "How to Practice"
Bret Have a plan, and get ready to compete.
9/12/2013 Practicing jack pot runs with Charles and guest, Marty Becker.
Charles Make adjustments in your practice sessions. Be a team.
9/12/2013 Meet our guests, Kevin Stewart and Marty Becker.
Bret and Charles Some addtional persectives.
9/12/2013 Starting a young heel horse with guest, Marty Becker.
Bret Drills on the Heel-O-Matic for young heel horse.
9/12/2013 Charles' and guest, Kevin Stewart's, perspective on scoring.
Charles Keep your horse relaxed. Include scoring in your practice.
9/2/2013 Handle steers to give your heeler a "soft corner".
Charles Read the steer. Keep the corner soft.
9/2/2013 Simulate "getting over your horse" on the dummy.
Charles Your body position creates where your tip of your rope is.
9/2/2013 Drills on the dummy with Charles.
Charles Use these drills to improve your roping skills.
9/2/2013 Your body position will get the run out of your horse.
Charles Get forward. Release your horse and you will rope faster.
8/26/2013 The importance of your left hand. The effect it has on your loop.
Charles Release left hand to release the loop.
8/26/2013 Maintain horse position to be more consistent.
Charles Recognize early. React to the steer, and make adjustments.
8/26/2013 Delivery of the head loop. The importance of the left hand.
Charles Deliver with both hands.
8/26/2013 Be aware of the distance of the rope stand between your hands.
Charles The distance determines how far the loop will travel.
8/19/2013 Swing over the steer's back.
Charles Get some seperation, and throw your heel loop.
8/19/2013 Focus on good horse position to make a smooth run.
Charles Get to the inside, see the steer, and make your throw.
8/19/2013 The proper angle of the head loop.
Charles Slow steers, tip down. Faster steers, tip up.
8/19/2013 Practice the angle of the head loop on the dummy.
Charles Simulate slow steers, tip down, and faster steers, tip up.
8/12/2013 What causes splitting the horns? You rope what you are looking at.
Bobby If you miss, stop your horse straight.
8/12/2013 Heelers that head. Watch Clay head some steers.
Jake Understand both ends. Know what the other guy is going through.
8/12/2013 Handling Steers. The steer dictates the handle.
Jake Things happen. Make adjustments and pay attention to detail.
8/12/2013 Steers that run up the rope compared to ones that don't.
Jake Make adjustments to be consistent.
8/5/2013 The start makes you or breaks you.
Jake Give your horse the correct clues. Practice your scoring.
8/5/2013 Practice for your horse.
Bobby Get something out of the run even if the header misses.
8/5/2013 Good structured runs. Picture perfect runs.
Jake Make TTR your Classroom.
8/5/2013 Don't over haze the steer.
Jake Keep your distance and don't get too tight.
7/29/2013 Heeling fresh steers. Get into good position.
Bobby Horse needs to stop when you deliver the heel loop.
7/29/2013 Recognize the handle. Be patient.
Jake Anticipate the corner. Get your spacing. Make adjustments.
7/29/2013 To rope faster you have to get ready faster.
Jake Balance and Body Position are key to roping faster.
7/29/2013 The fundamentals of heading in Total Slow Motion.
Jake Watch over and over, frame by frame.
7/22/2013 The header has to make adjusments to the steers.
Jake The run is dictated by the draw of the steer.
7/22/2013 Get your horse in a good position.
Jake Get your horse's head to the inside. Don't let him "shoulder-in" Use your legs.
7/22/2013 Heeling Jack Pot Runs.
Jake Jake's observations and coaching on horse position and timing.
7/22/2013 Be mentally prepared to make a run.
Jake See the start. Concentrate, focus and make adjustments.
7/15/2013 Get your horse into a good position to throw.
Bobby Horse has to stop. Be smooth and be consistent.
7/15/2013 Roping a Tricky Steer
Bobby Make adjustments. Make a good thing out of a bad thing.
7/15/2013 Handling steers that get "heavy".
Bobby and Jake Heeler needs to help, and stay off the steer. Work as a team.
7/15/2013 Heeling fresh steers.
Bobby and Clay Read the steer, make adjustments. Stay focused and be patient.
7/8/2013 Heeling steers that get "heavy"
Bobby Read the steer in the cornor, and react.
7/8/2013 Heeling a slow and tricky steer.
Bobby Get into position and make adjustments.
7/8/2013 Controlled Jack Pot Run with Charles in Total Slow Motion.
Bobby and Charles Putting together consistency.
7/8/2013 What can make you miss your dally?
Bobby Get into position, and control your horse.
7/1/2013 Good solid head run with Charles in Total Slow Motion.
Bobby and Charles Focus on the fundamentals..
7/1/2013 Horsemanship. Heeling on young horses
Bobby Help your horse. Rope slow steers.
7/1/2013 Heeling on a young horse, Part II
Bobby Control your horse. Build his confidence.
7/1/2013 Adjusting to steers.
Bobby and Charles Get somethng out of the run.
6/24/2013 Adjusting to steers that step off to the right.
Bobby Read the steer, get into position, and throw a good loop.
6/24/2013 Roping fresh steers require good position.
Bobby Get your horse into position. It is critical for good handle.
6/24/2013 Good solid Jack Pot Run with Bobby.
Bobby Focus on good fundamentals in Total Slow Motion
6/24/2013 Good solid Jack Pot Run with Cesar.
Bobby Focus on good fundamentals in Total Slow Motion.
6/17/2013 Get your horse in the correct position to throw heel loop.
Bobby Anticipate the steer's position. Fix things in the practice pen.
6/17/2013 Heeling on a young horse.
Bobby Slow things down. Practice on slow steers.
6/17/2013 Things that cause "wave off".
Bobby Steer slows down. Horse is still moving forward. Keep your horse going straight.
6/17/2013 Have good body position. Be smooth.
Bobby Set up your position and be in control.
6/10/2013 Proper delivery of the head loop.
Bobby Where is your aim? Rope both horns at the same time.
6/10/2013 Practice good fundamentals.
Bobby Focus on the good things. Repeat them time and time again.
6/10/2013 Horsemanship. What can I do to improve my run?
Bobby Be in control of your horse. Ride into the correct position.
6/10/2013 Practice good fundamentals.
Bobby Stay focused. Don't be too aggressive.
6/3/2013 Timing is the key.
Bret Catch the steer at the top of his jump. Practice "bouncing" a saw horse.
6/3/2013 Getting to the next level.
Bret Know when to throw. Don't force your shot. Stay patient.
6/3/2013 The proper angle of the heel loop.
Bret The angle needs to be "high to low".
6/3/2013 Ground work drills.
Bret The distance between your hands controls the loop.
5/27/2013 TTR Pros making good jack pot runs.
Bret Play and replay to observe horsemanship skills and roping techniques.
5/27/2013 Improve your riding skills. It will help your roping.
Bret Be balanced, and be in tune with your horse.
5/27/2013 See the steer's legs in the loop.
Bret and Cesar Complete the throw. Don't grab your slack too quick.
5/27/2013 Timing is the key to heeling a steer.
Bret and Clay Learn how to find the jump (timing) on a sawhorse.
5/20/2013 Techniques for "timing" using a sawhorse.
Bret and Cesar "Legs come up and the loop goes down". Focus out of the box.
5/20/2013 Dr. Andrew Currie, Vet Advisor to TTR.
Bret Get into position and "throw". Best wishes, Dr.
5/20/2013 TTR Pros making good solid fast runs.
Bret Play and replay. Pick things out to work on.
5/20/2013 Holding on to the saddle horn.
Bret Know when to
5/20/2013 Handling steers.
Bret and Charles Create a soft corner to help your heeler.
5/13/2013 Visualize good runs. Pick things out that will help you.
Bret Watch before you practice or compete (again and again).
5/13/2013 Horse position and the head loop delivery.
Bret Make adjustments. Keep shoulders square to the target.
5/13/2013 Keep seperation for proper position to deliver the heel loop.
Bret and Clay See the steer's jump (feet).
5/13/2013 Roping the sawhorse. Dummy height is important.
Clay and Cesar Create positive muscle memory. Consider a head rope vs heel rope.
5/6/2013 Get the right distance between your hands for range and power.
Bret Don't handcuff yourself by over feeding your rope.
5/6/2013 Leave the box in the correct position.
Bret, Charles, Bobby and Clay Don't get too tight. Maintain some distance.
5/6/2013 Be in control of your horse at all times.
Bret Fix your horse in the practice pen.
5/6/2013 React to the situation.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Use your feet to get into the correct position.
4/29/2013 How to grip your rope properly for a powerful swing.
Bret Grip the rope on the tips of your fingers not the palm of your hand.
4/29/2013 Visualize good, smooth Jack Pot Runs
Bret Watch over and over. Pick out things that will help you.
4/29/2013 Proper placement of the heel loop.
Bret, Cesar and Bobby Set the bottom of the loop "down".
4/29/2013 Timing. There are differnt ways to do it.
Bret and Cesar Take one swing for one jump. "See it".
4/22/2013 Get in time with the steer.
Bret Don't throw out of "time". Find the steers jump.
4/22/2013 When practicing on fresh steers, help your horse.
Bret, Bobby and Cesar There is a time to dally and a time not to dally.
4/22/2013 Proper delivery of the head loop.
Charles, Jake and Clay The loop goes where the hand sends it. Finish to the left of the left horn.
4/22/2013 Total Slow Motion Runs with the Pros set to music.
TTR Pros Watch before you practice or compete. Get ready to rope.
4/15/2013 Steers that "duck" their heads. Make adjustments.
Bret and Charles Set your loop to the plane of the steer's horns.
4/15/2013 Horsemanship in the Practice Pen.
Charles Help your horse get better. Turn negative into positive.
4/15/2013 Timing for the heel loop.
Bret and Cesar Steer needs to take a complete jump. Long jumps is what you are looking for.
4/15/2013 Heeling dummies.
Cesar and Clay Use the right kind of dummy to practice the heel loop for your techique.
4/8/2013 Dallying
Bret and Clay
4/8/2013 Be aware of the roping conditions. Pay attention to the cattle.
Bret, Cesar, and Bobby Know when to take your shot.
4/8/2013 Hand position and swing.
Bret and Charles Proper hand position promotes power and consistency.
4/8/2013 Steers that go left. You have got to move your horse.
Charles Maintain distance from the steer.
4/1/2013 Roping flat horned steers.
Charles and Bret Be aware of the shape of the steers horns. Get your swing down.
4/1/2013 Handling Fresh Steers.
Charles and Jake Get them on a short rope, get tight on the saddle horn, and be patient. Slow down before you leave.
4/1/2013 Be patient. Don't take your shot too soon.
Bret Don't take yourself out of the roping. Be patient.
4/1/2013 Do's and Don'ts of Dallying
Bret and Cesar Avoid problems. Keep coils out of the way and lock it down.
4/1/2013 Care for your horses' teeth with Dr. Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret What to look for in the horses' mouth. Check teeth once a year.
3/26/2013 Practicing on the saw horse.
Clay and Cesar Vary the positions when you practice. Learn how to catch in different positions.
3/26/2013 Roping the saw horse with Clay and Cesar.
Clay and Cesar The heel loop is guided into position. Throw a good loop to catch.
3/26/2013 Roping the dummy with Jake
Jake Keep the rope flat. The amount of rope between your hands controls the distance.
3/25/2013 Hoof care with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret A long toe and an under-slung heel puts too much pressure on the foot. Eight weeks is too long to shoe your horse.
3/25/2013 Hoof Care Part II with Andrew Currie, DVM.
Bret Maintain a balanced foot from front to back. Two shoeings can make a difference.
3/18/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM on worming and vaccinations.
Bobby
3/18/2013 Andrew Currie, DVM on horse feed.
Bret The importance of minerals and the amount of hay for your horse.
3/18/2013 Have good body position throughout the run.
Clay and Bobby Don't lean when you throw. Be balanced for you and your horse.
3/18/2013 Heel loop swing and delivery.
Clay and Bobby Avoid a "wobble" in the swing. Create straight sides and a tip in your loop.
3/18/2013 Practice roping the dummy up close.
Jake Control the angle of the loop and measure the distance to the steer.
3/11/2013 Pointers to get rid of bad habits.
Jake Practice making adjustments on the dummy to be consistent horse back.
3/11/2013 Practice roping the dummy like you are horse back.
Jake Rope the dummy at differnt positions. Pretend you are on your horse.
3/11/2013 Do not get "over-lapped" with the steer.
Clay, Bobby and Cesar See the steer. Keep your distance and get your timing.
3/11/2013 Have a game plan. Set up your shot.
Clay and Cesar Visualize your shot. See it all the way.
3/4/2013 Good horse position begins in the box.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Don't get too close in the corner. It is a game of patience.
3/4/2013 Make a good strong swing on the heel loop.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Tighten-up your swing. Keep hand back and make a small rotation with your hand.
3/4/2013 Point the tip of the rope at the target.
Bret Your aim at the steer is critical. The "tip" is like a site on a gun.
3/4/2013 Match your steers to the type of practice you are seeking.
Clay, Jake, Bobby and Cesar Get a good mixture of steers. Handle and treat them right to make them last.
2/25/2013 Match the tempo of the run, header and heeler.
Clay, Jake, Cesar, Bobby and Charles Control the speed for you and your horse.
2/25/2013 Learn to make adjustments. React to the situation.
Clay and Jake Go slow. Keep things in correct position. Horsemanship is key.
2/25/2013 Proper delivery of the heel loop.
Clay, Cesar and Bobby Elbow starts the delivery of the heel loop.
2/25/2013 Tips for your rope.
Clay and Bret Be consistent in your set-up. Keep the rope balanced.
2/18/2013 The importance of your left hand for good horse position.
Clay and Cesar Be steady with your left hand for smooth corner and control.
2/18/2013 Horse position on fresh steers that shoot and dart.
Clay and Cesar Don't get too tight. Stay wide and keep your distance.
2/18/2013 Handling steers. React to steer and help your heeler.
Bret, Clay and Jake Keep the steer moving at a steady pace.
2/18/2013 The importance of the left hand in handling steers.
Bret and Charles Show your heeler a soft corner. Drills for the left hand on the dummy.
2/11/2013 Know the proper distance of the rope between your hands.
Bret Too little kills your range. Too much splits the horns.
2/11/2013 Rebuliding your loop (if you get 3 loops).
Bret and Clay Practice it to stop the clock.
2/11/2013 Put power on your swing.
Bret Avoid getting your hand too far in front of your face.
2/11/2013 Proper swing and delivery of heel loop.
Bret and Cesar Swing the heel loop accross the steer's back. Don't get too high.
2/11/2013 Heeling "Timing"
Bret, Bobby and Cesar Timing is key to being consistent.
2/4/2013 The importance of timing for the heel loop.
Bret Throw when the feet are back and lifting. Find the steer's jump.
2/4/2013 The proper delivery of the heel loop.
Bret, Clay and Cesar Keep angle on the loop. Get the bottom set on the ground.
2/4/2013 Generate power in your swing. Build a "strong swing".
Bret and Charles Don't get your hand in front of your elbow.
2/4/2013 The proper angle of the head loop.
Bret, Bobby and Charles Be aware of the level of your hand. The rope travels with your hand.
1/28/2013 Catching the steer around the neck.
Bret and Jake Keep your horse picked-up. Control everything. Be patient.
1/28/2013 Handling Steers
Bret Set the steer up for the heeler. Give him a good shot.
1/28/2013 Avoid the horse hitting on front feet on delivery.
Bret Pick horse's head up and squeeze with your feet.
1/28/2013 Tips on "How to Practice".
Bret, Bobby, Jake and Clay Have a goal. Make changes. Be aware of your horse. Make runs for your horse. Create pressure.
1/21/2013 Put the proper speed on your rope.
Bret and Bobby Speed on your rope allows you to catch-up to the steer's jump.
1/21/2013 Get your horse in the correct position.
Bret, Cesar and Clay Don't get too straight behind the steer. Get to the left. See the target.
1/21/2013 Adjusting to steers that go "left" and that go "right".
Bret, Charles and Jake Read the steer, and react to get a clean handle.
1/21/2013 The correct angle of the swing for the head loop.
Bret. Bobby and Jake Keep it level. Too much angle creates problems.
1/14/2013 Get the run out of your horse.
Bret and Jake Break hard and then pick-up. Don't pull on your horse. Don't use your reins for balance.
1/14/2013 Keep things under control. The difference between winning and losing.
Bret, Jake and Charles Don't let one mistake lead to another.
1/14/2013 Leave enough separation for a good heel shot.
Bret, Clay and Cesar Don't get "in high, or too tight" on the steer.
1/14/2013 The importance of timing for heelers.
Bret "Find the steers jump".
1/7/2013 Pick-up the steer's jump.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Rope on the separation.
1/7/2013 The proper position of the heel loop.
Bret, Cesar, Bobby and Clay Get the tip over the steers back. Keep it down.
1/7/2013 Handling Steers.
Bret, Clay, Bobby, Jake, and Cesar Make it easy for your heeler. Pay attention to the heeler's position. Pull the steer.
1/7/2013 Develop a Strong Swing.
Bret, Charles, Bobby, Jake, Cesar and Clay Arm does not extend. Don't let your swing limit your roping.
12/31/2012 Make a good handle for your heeler. Give him a good shot.
Bret and Clay Set your horse up, roll the steer around and make a soft corner.
12/31/2012 The World Series Barrier.
Bret, Jake, Charles, and Cesar Advice on how to score at a World Series Event (Finals).
12/31/2012 Timing is key to a fast catch.
Bret, Cesar and Clay A video in Total Slow Motion for the "advanced heeler".
12/31/2012 How to use TTR.
Bret, Jake, Cesar, Clay and Bobby Watch the Pros. It is like practicing with them. Learn from the best.
12/24/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Heelers
Charles, Cesar, Clay and Bobby Watch the Pro heelers in 480 frames/second.
12/24/2012 Leaving the box in the correct position for your delivery.
Charles and Jake The target is the center of each swing.
12/24/2012 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros.
Charles, Clay, Jake and Bobby Speed up your runs. Get ready to compete.
12/17/2012 Jack Pot Run in Total Slow Motion
Charles and Clay Text book run with Charles and Clay.
12/17/2012 The correct way to move your horse.
Bobby Use pressure in your hands and your feet.
12/17/2012 Get your horse ready to compete.
Bobby Warm-up your horse.
12/17/2012 Heeling runs in Total Slow Motion with Clay and Cesar
Clay and Cesar Study the detail in these runs to improve.
12/17/2012 What lay of rope should you use?
Clay and Bret Feel the swing easier with a softer rope.
12/10/2012 Tie downs. Types and postion for horse's balance.
Bobby Flat nose tie down, and rope tie down.
12/10/2012 Type of gear to protect your horse.
Bobby Breast collar, pad, saddle, cinch, splint boots and over reach boots.
12/10/2012 "Stop and back-up" are critical to roping.
Bobby Cues for your horse. Repetition is key.
12/10/2012 Proper horse position for the heeler.
Charles and Clay Get in the correct position to make your throw.
12/10/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Headers.
Charles, Jake and Bret Watch this video before you practice and compete.
12/3/2012 Total Slow Motion with Pro Headers
Charles, Jake and Bret Watch this Total Slow Motion video before you practice or compete.
12/3/2012 Proper delivery of the heel loop in Total Slow Motion.
Charles, Cesar and Bobby Ride your horse to get the same "shot" every time.
12/3/2012 What do you focus on in the heel box??
Clay and Bret Check into a "concentration zone". Focus is key.
12/3/2012 Bits and tie downs.
Bobby Get control of your horse
12/3/2012 Proper fit of the bit in the horses mouth.
Bobby Understand the fit for better results.
11/26/2012 Proper delivery of the heel loop.
Caly and Bret Set the angle first at the top. Throw out of your swing.
11/26/2012 Placement of the heel loop.
Clay and Bret Every swing simulates the delivery (under-over, under-over). Start at the right spot.
11/26/2012 Why do you split the horns?
Charles Proper horse position and correct delivery are essential.
11/26/2012 The left hand controls the horse position.
Charles Don't feed your hands too close together. Avoid dropping a coil unless needed.
11/19/2012 The header's approach to the steer.
Charles and Jake Stay to the left, maintain your space. Don't get beat to the left.
11/19/2012 Get a good swing to throw a good loop.
Charles and Bret Turn your swing over to open the loop.
11/19/2012 Get in the proper position with your horse.
Charles and Cesar See the steer and see your shot.
11/19/2012 Total Slow Motion for Heelers
Clay, Cesar, Bobby and Charles Watch the Pros Heel in Total Slow Motion.
11/12/2012 Ground work with Bobby
Bobby One word association. Work on correct techiques.
11/12/2012 Gound work with Bobby
Bobby The correct delivery of the heel loop. Understand it.
11/12/2012 Ground work with Charles
Charles First swing at 2:00, feed your rope at 2:00, and be in the correct position.
11/12/2012 Jack Pot runs with Jake and Charles.
Jake and Charles The steer dictates the run. Be ready to rope. Work on your horsemanship.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Jake, Part II
Jake Rotate the loop, picture the loop.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Jake, Part I
Jake Get started correctly, spoke size and angles.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Clay, Part II
Clay Loop position. Focus on both the tip and the bottom strand.
11/5/2012 Ground work with Clay, Part I
Clay Perfect your skills. Differnt loops for differnt situations.
10/29/2012 Ground work. Basics and fundamentals for the the heeler.
Bobby Delivery of the heel loop. Your position and the tip of the rope.
10/29/2012 Ground work for heelers
Cesar The "trap" and the "scoop shot".
10/29/2012 Ground work Part I, the swing.
Bret Fundamentals of the head loop. Work on the swing not the catch.
10/29/2012 Ground work Part II, the swing
Bret Fundamentals of the head loop.
10/29/2012 Ground work for headers
Charles Avoid feeding your hands together.
10/22/2012 Proper body position. Totally balanced. Like standing on the ground.
Bobby, Bret and Charles Shift your body to see the steer. Lead with the swing, not the body.
10/22/2012 Dallying for the header.
Bobby The proper way to dally, at any level.
10/22/2012 Comparing handles for the headers
Bobby, Jake and Cesar Smooth is fast. Wild is not fast. Handle the steer to help the heeler.
10/22/2012 Ground work. Practice with a purpose
Bobby, Bret and Cesar Get your rhythm and timing on the dummy.
10/15/2012 Adjusting to steers for the heelers
Bobby Hold your position, get in time, and make adjustments as needed.
10/15/2012 Adjust to steers for good handle.
Bobby Handling slow steers, faster steers, and "dirty" steers. Adapt to the situation.
10/15/2012 Jack pot runs
Bobby and Charles Pros and cons for headers and heelers. Look to be consistent.
10/15/2012 Roping the head dummy
Charles and Jake Practice differnt positions and situations on the dummy.
10/8/2012 Practice making adjustments on the dummy.
Jake Practice roping from any position.
10/8/2012 Fundamentals on the dummy.
Jake Position and swing on the dummy. How to get your slack.
10/8/2012 Good Jack Pot Runs
Bobby and Jake Get position and make high percentage throws.
10/8/2012 Scoring. Leaving the corner with the head horse.
Bobby, Jake and Bret Get in stride with your horse. Get swing up, and ready to rope.
10/8/2012 Position of your horse is "key".
Bobby, Cesar, Charles and Jake Pick-up your horse, be in control and keep your distance.
10/1/2012 Scoring from the heel box.
Bobby and Cesar Leave the box under control. Adjust your speed to the steer.
10/1/2012 Why do we miss??
Bobby Focus, concentrate, and make corrections in the practice pen.
10/1/2012 Adjust to steers. Stay fundamentally sound.
Bobby Think positive. Look for the good. Rope the good ones and the bad ones.
10/1/2012 Pull the steer
Bobby and Charles Slow the steer down and get control of the steer.
9/24/2012 Leave with your horse and be ready to rope.
Bobby Holding the saddle horn, or not holding the saddle horn??
9/24/2012 Working with young heel horses
Bobby Give them good runs. "A little family fun"
9/24/2012 Take splitting the horns and wave-off out of your delivery
Bret and Charles Get into the correct position on your horse
9/24/2012 Hold your slack to not lose a leg.
Bobby and Cesar Hold your right hand "up", take out your slack, then dally.
9/17/2012 Make adjustments depending on the steer.
Bobby, Jake and Charles Keep your left hand "up" to set up the run. Look at steer's legs, get in time and lead with the tip.
9/17/2012 Get the heel horse in the proper position
Bobby, Cesar and Jake Different steers require different approaches (have a smooth entry and rope in time).
9/17/2012 Roping the dummy with students and Pros.
Jake and Charles Get the slack faster. Roll loop off your finger tips. Adjust to the size of the horns.
9/17/2012 Roping the steer around the neck.
Bobby and Cesar Stay straight in the saddle. Don't panic. Dally and keep the steer in tow.
9/17/2012 Pros Handling steers.
Bobby, Jake and Charles On heavy steers pull them straight, move forward and be under control.
9/10/2012 Put a coil back in your hand.
Bret For a better handle and faster run.
9/10/2012 Roping cattle around the neck.
Bret, Charles and Jake Why it happens and how to handle them vs catching the horns
9/10/2012 The proper loop in "Total Slow Motion"
Bret See the loop incorrectly, and correctly.
9/10/2012 Horsemandship. Understand your horse
Bobby Have control and ride better. Have a constant feel.
9/10/2012 Roping the heeling dummy
Bobby and Cesar Get into position, swing at the steer, and get some rhythm.
9/3/2012 Gound work for heelers
Cesar, Bobby and Bret Rope angle for heelers. Swing at the steer and put power on your swing.
9/3/2012 Horse position for the heeler.
Bret and Bobby Keep pushing down the arena, keep some width. Read the steer.
9/3/2012 Handling steers
Charles, Bret and Jake Make a soft corner. Make it easy for your heeler.
9/3/2012 Avoid waving it off and splitting the horns
Bret Break the loop outside the right horn. The elbow is your power. Lead with the elbow.
9/3/2012 Head Cam on proper delivery.
Bret and Jake The head loop needs to break outside the right horn. Don't get your hand in front of you.
8/27/2012 Proper body position for headers
Bret and Charles Do not lean into position. Ride into position.
8/27/2012 Making adjustments on the ground (with the dummy).
Jake and Charles Practice a good strong swing, get into position and have the steer on a short rope.
8/27/2012 Roping the dummy with Jake
Jake Focus and concentration. Concentrate on the left horn. Swing, delivery and slack.
8/27/2012 Rope faster and more consistent.
Cesar and Bret Set up your throw. Set a nice big loop.
8/27/2012 Jake and Bret on ropes
Jake and Bret Make adjustments in your ropes based on conditions. Find the rope that fits you.
8/20/2012 The importance of stopping your heel horse.
Bret and Cesar Stop your heel horse for more consistency. Rope on seperation.
8/20/2012 Roping Muleys
Charles and Jake The benefits, and what is different from roping horned steers.
8/20/2012 Practice scoring, fix your horse "right away".
Jake, Bret and Charles Horse needs to leave on your hand, not the sound of the gate. Get a good start.
8/20/2012 Heeling from head cam point of view.
Bret, Jake and Charles Focus on the position, timing and delivery
8/13/2012 Jack Pot Runs with music
Cesar, Clay and Bobby See what it looks like. Watch before you practice and compete.
8/13/2012 Delivery of the head loop
Bret Keep your swing level to avoid catching a front leg and neck. Help you heeler with a good handle.
8/13/2012 Handling fresh cattle
Bret Help your heeler. Do not slide your rope.
8/13/2012 Headers handle the steer to help the heeler.
Bret, Bobby, Jake, Clay and Cesar Heelers make adjustments to the handle to clean things up.
8/6/2012 Total Slow Motion, delivery of the head loop.
Bret Study the shape of the steers horns. Make the correct delivery.
8/6/2012 Pay attention to your horse. Make corrections when they happen.
Bret Be consistent with the fixes, and reward him when he works well.
8/6/2012 Headers, maintain good horse position.
Bret and Charles Don't get too tight. Hold your line. Keep your space.
8/6/2012 How to rope small horn steers
Charles and Jake Get the tip of the rope "low", shorten the loop, and use a softer rope.
8/6/2012 Total Slow Motion, types of delivery in the heel loop.
Bret Be versatile based on your position. Study differences.
7/30/2012 Total Slow Motion, Header and Heeler
Bret See new things for the heeler (delivery and placement of the loop) and header (handlling steers).
7/30/2012 Total Slow Motion, Heeling
Bret Timing, delivery, placement of the loop, and dally.
7/30/2012 Handling Steers in Total Slow Motion
Bret Handling fresh cattle. Keep things under control
7/30/2012 Handling steers in Total Slow Motion
Bret Avoid sliding your rope for better handle.
7/23/2012 Practice handling pressure
Jake Create pressure for yourself. Reach and provide a soft corner.
7/23/2012 Jack Pot Runs
Jake and Bret Take one extra swing. Set the run up.
7/23/2012 Get into the right position to rope
Bret and Jake Get to your spot, use your feet and don't be late.
7/23/2012 Work on your horsemanship on the dummy
Bpbby and Cesar Get ready and get into the proper position for your delivery.
7/16/2012 Know your header
Bret and Jake Keep your distance. Maintain your swing speed and pick a throw.
7/16/2012 Make a good delivery
Bret See the steer's hip, get the bottom of your rope down. Have the correct loop size for control and range.
7/16/2012 Jack Pot Runs with students
Bret and Jake Put more rope between your hands to create bigger loop. Make smooth handle for heeler.
7/16/2012 Good practice runs
Jake and Bret Things to work on in practice. Good steers make for good runs.
7/9/2012 Jack Pot Runs. Make good practice runs.
Jake Slow things down when you practice. Step it up when you compete.
7/9/2012 Get in correct position to throw head loop.
Bret, Cesar and Jake Don't get too tight, start your swing quicker, focus on delivery. Study the steers.
7/9/2012 To rope faster set up your throw.
Bret and Cesar Leave some space, and keep your swing speed to rope fast.
7/9/2012 Get the correct position to rope fast and to be consistent.
Bret Keep your position and find the steers jump.
7/9/2012 What to work on when you practice
Bobby and Cesar Avoid frustration. Think about getting in time and "just rope".
7/9/2012 A conversation with the Pros on what to work on in practice?
Bobby and Cesar Work on horsemanship skills, and ride your horse to set-up the throw.
7/2/2012 Jack Pot Runs with students
Bobby, Jake Headers, the start is key (see the start, get some width). Heelers, get into position, read the steer, and be ready.
7/2/2012 Adjust your swing to the streer.
Jake and Charles Manage your spoke and your loop size. Keep the swing wide to catch the right horn.
7/2/2012 Horsemanship
Bobby Move your horse's shoulders to get into good position to rope. The horse needs to step to move his shoulders.
7/2/2012 Jack Pot Runs with Students.
Bobby Be ready, anticipate the next jump. Keep your left elbow in and get in time.
6/25/2012 "Cowboy Savy". The proper way to hold your reins and rope.
Bobby Get control of your horse. Lift don't pull. Be balanced.
6/18/2012 Headers, "make adjustments to the streer"
Jake and Bobby Steers that go to the "right" after they are roped. Cross your left hand.
6/18/2012 Fast Rodeo Runs
Jake, Bobby and Clay Make adjustments to the steers. No excuses, take responsibilty on bad runs, and take credit on good runs.
6/18/2012 Heelers need to make adjustments to steers.
Jake, Bobby and Clay Read the steer's position. Adapt to what you see.
6/18/2012 Good handle for heelers
Jake, Bobby and Cesar Maintain good spacing to rope on the corner. Always throw in time with the steer.
6/11/2012 Rope fast. "Time is money"
Jake and Cesar Have good fundamentals, and "throw fast"
6/11/2012 Be patient, and get in time with the steer
Jake, Clay, Bobby and Charles Rope the steer in time, and at the height of the jump. Swing "jump for jump".
6/11/2012 Adjusting to steers that go hard to the left (with head cam)
Jake and Clay Keep your distance, and help your heeler get into position.
6/11/2012 Execute the "Perfect Run" (with head cam)
Jake and Clay Make sure you and your horse are in balance.
6/4/2012 Make adjustments to the steers
Jake Make adjusments to "catch" and adjustments for your heeler.
6/4/2012 Good handle leads to good runs.
Jake, Bret, Clay, Charles and Cesar Consistency with speed.
6/4/2012 Always school your horse
Jake, Bobby and Clay Rope for your horse in the practice pen.
6/4/2012 Swing Angle
Cesar Get the tip to the target. The heel loop is "placed" not "thrown".
5/28/2012 Proper swing angle of the heel loop
Cesar Get your arm up and practice swinging your rope
5/28/2012 Compare styles, Clay and Cesar
Jake, Clay and Cesar Consistency vs fast
5/28/2012 Adjust to slow steers
Jake Don't over run the steer and maintain your position.
5/28/2012 Cowboy savy for the headers
Jake Always room for improvement.
5/21/2012 Arena awareness
Bret and Jake Be alert and avoid getting hurt. Safety first.
5/21/2012 Practice drills on the dummy
Bret and Jake Practice the dally. Learn to rope faster (get ready faster). Rope cattle to your ability.
5/21/2012 Score your horse in the practice pen
Bret and Jake Horse needs to move when you "ask him", not on his own.
5/21/2012 Cowboy Savy
Bobby and Clay "Safety is no accident". Talk to your horse, and let him know you are there.
5/21/2012 Runs in real time and slow motion with music
Jake, Cesar, Clay and Charles Watch before you practice or compete.
5/14/2012 Point of view from remote controlled helicopter
Bret, Cesar and Clay Observe heading and heeling "from above" with music
5/14/2012 Make practice runs for your horse.
Bret, Jake and Bobby Get your horse to work correctly in the practice pen.
5/14/2012 Get some good for your horse out of every run.
Bret, Bobby and Cesar Keep your horse under control. Pick him up and be patient.
5/14/2012 Avoid getting too tight on the steer
Bret, Bobby, Clay and Jake Stay to the left of the steer for smooth handle.
5/7/2012 Reaching
Bret and Jake Manage the slack in your rope. Practice throwing one coil. Keep left hand up and forward.
5/7/2012 Build a good foundation. Focus on your swing
Bret and Charles Drills to improve your swing. Get the correct angles and catch with the swing.
5/7/2012 Correct horse position
Bret and Cesar Work on your horse even if the header misses. Keep your horse in position to rope.
5/7/2012 Placement of the heel loop
Bret, Clay, Cesar and Bobby Proper placement to rope the hind feet consistently
4/30/2012 Position the heel loop, crossing over the steer's back.
Bret, Clay and Bobby Find your range for consistency
4/30/2012 Spine angle needs to be straight-up.
Bret, Clay, Cesar, and Bobby Do not lean. Stay in the middle of your horse.
4/30/2012 If you split the horns, start fishing for a half head catch.
Bret Practice fishing. Pull your slack and handle the steer. Don't compound a mistake.
4/30/2012 Be aware of what is in front of you. Know where you are in the arena.
Bret Safety First!!
4/23/2012 Put the rope on in the chute
Jake Practice dally and how to handle steers
4/23/2012 Cowboy savy
Clay, Bobby Pay attention to your rope, your reins, and your horse.
4/23/2012 Control your rope, and catch "every single time"
Jake, Bret Drills on "backswing" and "finding your tip"
4/23/2012 Drills to get started "correctly"
Jake, Bret How the loop works, and related drills.
4/16/2012 Trouble shooting
Bret, Charles Splitting the horns. The distance of the rope between your hands.
4/16/2012 Common problems for intermediate ropers
Jake, Bret Getting your slack, and avoiding excess slack
4/16/2012 Cowboy Savy
Clay, Bobby Be a Pro, get ready to rope, avoid problems, and safety first.
4/16/2012 Put the rope on the steer in the chute
Jake Practice the dally and handling steers
4/9/2012 Fundamentals of horsemanship to rope
Clay and Bobby Practice riding, swinging your rope and maneuver your horse. Use your feet and keep upper body stationary.
4/9/2012 Position, swing, target, timing and delivery
Bobby Proper position to leave the box, get in stide with the steer, and read the steer.
4/9/2012 Keep the proper horse position
Bobby and Cesar See the flow of the run. Do not get too close.
4/9/2012 The heeling entry to the steer with head cam.
Bobby, Cesar and Bret See the target, and "square-up to the steer".
4/2/2012 Steers that move to the right.
Bobby and Cesar Cattle that move into you. Keep your horse picked-up
4/2/2012 Riding and swinging a rope
Bobby and Clay The importance of the left hand and elbow
4/2/2012 Proper position in the box
Bobby and Charles "Take the heat off your horse". Get off to a good start.
4/2/2012 Be prepared and set to go
Bobby and Jake Be square on your horse, and ride your horse.
3/26/2012 Steers that go to the left (with head cam)
Bobby, Jake, Cesar and Clay Keep your position
3/26/2012 Fundametals of riding
Bobby and Clay Saddle set-up, balance, length of stirrups, reins and body position.
3/26/2012 Be mentally prepared
Bobby, Jake, Clay, Cesar and Charles Be a "Professional" Stay focused.
3/26/2012 Proper swing and clear vision
Bobby and Cesar Good position before you throw, see the target, and swing at the steer.
3/19/2012 Have the correct body position
Bobby and Bret Sit up straight and ride your horse. Don't lean. Move with the steer.
3/19/2012 Find the timing with the steer
Bobby, Clay and Bret Loop going down as the feet are going up
3/19/2012 Be prepared. Get ready. It is "game time".
Bobby and Jake Help your horse. Be ahead of the game
3/19/2012 Good consistant smooth runs
Bobby and Charles Do things correct (horsemanship, position, swing and handle).
3/12/2012 Find the power in your swing
Bret Create an "L" when you throw. Move back and "throw". Build the correct swing.
3/12/2012 Get your horse in the correct position
Bobby Don't let the horse "cheat" you.
3/12/2012 Headers that "heel"
Bobby Heel on a "heel horse". Get in time with the steer.
3/12/2012 Proper scoring for the heel horse
Bobby Get in the box. Be prepared for the run. Speak to your horse.
3/5/2012 Make adjustments on difficult steers. Steers that can take you out of the roping.
Bobby and Cesar Anticpate the situation. Get into position, and rope. Read the cattle.
3/5/2012 Starting the swing for consistent delivery
Bobby Keep the left elbow tucked
3/5/2012 Foundation of a good strong swing
Bret Build a strong swing, hear the rotation, lead with the elbow.
3/5/2012 Heading POV (point of view) with head cam
Jake Head cam with music
2/27/2012 Fundamentals for heading
Clay and Bret Proper loop size, power on the swing, and proper shoulder position.
2/27/2012 Fundamentals for heading
Clay and Bret Build a good swing, find the tip of the rope, and have the right length of spoke.
2/27/2012 Sound advice from the Pros on horses
Clay and Bret Young horses vs older seasoned horses. Get the best horse you can afford.
2/27/2012 Heeling with the head cam
Bobby Position to the clock (9,10,11, 12). Hold your position.
2/20/2012 The basics of the heel loop and even coils in your hand.
Clay and Bret Always wear a glove to protect your hand and to feed your loop.
2/20/2012 Roping the heeling dummy
Clay and Bret Feed your loop down. Get the proper position of the top strand and the bottom strand. See the loop before you get your slack.
2/20/2012 Loop size, feed your loop, and shape your rope.
Clay and Bret Get the proper length of rope between your hands. Feeding your rope is a must.
2/20/2012 Develop a strong swing
Bret Stength comes from the elbow. Throw with your elbow.
2/13/2012 Get into the correct body position. The importance of the first swing
Clay, Jake, Charles and Bret Turn the rope over, get the tip down, and stay over your horse.
2/13/2012 Read the corner for consistent handles
Clay, Jake and Bret Watch the steer. Stay patient to help the heeler. Be in control of your horse.
2/13/2012 Maintain the proper swing angle of your loop.
Clay Maintain the proper shoulder position and keep, the right elbow high.
2/13/2012 The importance of the left hand and left arm position
Clay, Bobby and Cesar Keep elbow in. Hold the coils in the proper position. Left rein is tight.
2/6/2012 Roping off the seperation.
Clay Judge the corner. Maintain body position and distance to the steer.
2/6/2012 Proper body position.
Clay and Bobby Get in balance. Have good posture. Proper upper body position.
2/6/2012 Read the steer in the corner.
Clay and Bret Keep the steer hopping. Get the correct angle for consistent runs.
2/6/2012 The proper balance between the coils and the loop.
Bret and Jake Slow steers feed the loop down. Faster steers keep some distance between your hands.
1/30/2012 The delivery of the head loop
Clay, Bret and Jake Elbow starts the delivery (elbow down). The proper angle of the loop.
1/30/2012 The importance of the dally
Clay and Jake Keep your balance in the saddle. Keep your hand next to the saddle horn when you dally.
1/30/2012 Hitting the corner
Clay, Bobby and Cesar Getting to the corner on time
1/30/2012 Horse's head and nose toward the steer.
Clay and Cesar Horse has to bend. Shorten your left rein.
1/23/2012 How to get better? Advance with Cesar
Bret and Cesar Speed on swing, timing, find the steer's jump. React to situations.
1/23/2012 Swing Speed
Charles, Bret and Cesar Need swing speed to get your timing for consistent quality runs.
1/23/2012 Pro Runs in real time and slow motion to music
Charles, Cesar, Clay, Bret, Jake and Bobby Watch these runs before you practice or compete. Get the feeling.
1/23/2012 Proper horse position for headers
Bret and Charles Stay on your line. Don't get too tight to the steers
1/16/2012 Waiving it off the horns
Charles and Bret Horse position and keep the tip of your loop behind the left horn.
1/16/2012 Facing
Charles and Jake The importance of your left hand. Use your right leg and right foot.
1/16/2012 Point of View (POV), head cam.
Bret Heeling footage with head camera.
1/16/2012 Do you want to get better? Advance with Clay
Bret and Clay Keep speed on your rope, know the steers jump, and take your shot.
1/9/2012 Get in time with the steer
Bret and Clay Swing over the steer's back and pick-up his jump.
1/9/2012 The proper length of rope "between your hands"
Charles, Bobby and Cesar Get the correct acount of rope between your hands to deliver a strong and balanced loop.
1/9/2012 The correct body postion for the heeler
Charles, Cesar and Clay Stay in the center of your horse. Minimize your body motion.
1/9/2012 Stop your horse when you deliver the heel loop.
Bret and Bobby To consistently catch, your horse needs to stop on your throw.
1/9/2012 How to rope
Charles, Jake and Bret Make adjustments on the angles to catch the steer
1/9/2012 Splitting the horns
Bret and Jake Avoid one of the most commons mistakes for the header.
1/9/2012 Proper body position for the header
Charles, Bret and Jake Get into the correct body position to rope and handle steers.
1/9/2012 Proper Horse Position to make consistent runs
Bret, Jake and Charles Create a box and take the steer where you want it to go.
12/26/2011 Horse Postion Coming to the Steer
Bret, Charles and Jake Read the steer to set-up the run. See the steers left eye. Stay to the left and stay on line with the steer.
12/26/2011 Horse Position
Bret, Bobby and Cesar See what you are throwing at. See the target. Don't over run your throw.
12/26/2011 The proper dally for heelers
Bret, Bobby and Clay Hold your slack. Dally before the rope comes tight. Have your hand around the horn and pull it back. Read the steer.
12/26/2011 Pro Runs in real time and slow motion with music
Jake, Clay, Bobby, Cesar, Charles and Bret Watch before you practice or compete. Visualize how to do it!
12/19/2011 The proper delivery of the heel loop
Bret, Bobby, Clay and Cesar Loop open, swing over the back of the steer, and the position of the right hand at delivery.
12/19/2011 Breaking out of the box correctly
Bret and Charles Pressure (weight) in the stirrups, proper position of your back over your horse, and the tip of your rope to the target.
12/19/2011 Roping horns consistently
Bret, Charles and Jake Proper position and angle of the head loop in relation to the steer. Compare student to the Pros.
12/19/2011 Compare horsemanship, student to the Pros
Bret, Clay and Bobby Horse's hind feet in the ground on delivery (like roping the dummy). Hit the corner properly and maintain horse position and body position on delivery.
12/12/2011 Reaching, Part II
Jake and Cesar The steer's pattern effects the "reach". A "Hail Mary", it is make or break shot.
12/12/2011 Reaching, Part I
Jake, Bret and Cesar Practice reaching. Have control. Manage your slack and know where you heeler is.
12/12/2011 Reaching on the dummy
Jake and Bret Practice reaching on the dummy, dropping a coil, or two.
12/12/2011 Practice for your horse
Bret and Jake Scoring, catching, handling, and facing
12/5/2011 Practice for your horse and yourself
Bret and Jake Scoring is critical. Roping is all about focus and concentration
12/5/2011 Reaching with Jake
Jake and Bret The history of reaching. When to reach. Use it when you need it.
12/5/2011 Pressure. How to handle pressure on "last steer"
Bret, Clay and Jake Focus on the task. Think positive. Practice putting pressure on yourself.
12/5/2011 Heeling with student, David, and the Pros, Cesar, Bobby and Clay
5 Bret, Cesar, Bobby and Clay The importance of timing. Get in time with the steer.
11/28/2011 Common FAQ's on "How to Practice", Part II
Bret, Clay and Jake Set goals and achieve them. Practice with a purpose. Develop a focus and concentration. Keep it simple and practice catching. Practice the fundamentals.
11/28/2011 Practice with a purpose
Bret, Clay and Jake Dallying and timing for the heeler. Read things for the header. Get the "feel" for a good run.
11/28/2011 Roping the heel-o-matic with student, Dave and Leonard
45 Bobby and Clay Picture perfect run. Slow things down. Take a good shot.
11/28/2011 Common FAQ's on How to Practice, Part I
Bret, Clay, and Jake Jake and Clay give advice on how to practice for your horse, and yourself to hone your skills
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with students, Joe and Joel
Jake and Charles Put speed on your rope. Get up out of the saddle. "High team back", put pressure on yourself when you practice.
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with students, Joe and Joel
Jake and Charles Working with your horse. Soften him, stop him and get him to rate. "Make sure you catch"
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with student, Leonard
4 Bobby and Clay Practice techniques. Slow things down and isolate areas to improve. Get into correct position to rope, and keep your horse in a straight line.
11/21/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic with student, Dave
5 Bobby and Caly "The big gate". Start with your horse in the left lead.
11/21/2011 Total Equine with Dr. Harry Anderson - Part 2
Tom How proper nutrition affects your horse's performance and growth..
11/14/2011 Total Equine with Dr. Harry Anderson - Part 1
Tom How Total Equine formula works and provides positive results for your horse.
11/14/2011 Hobble Blooper
New set of hobbles and how to install them
11/14/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Charles Proper placement of your tip, body position (shoulders back), and get it across the left horn.
11/14/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Charles and Jake Students, Joe and Joel. "Like roping the dummy off your horse. Put all the mechanics together, and rate your horse"
11/14/2011 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Clay and Bobby Students David and Leonard. "Look for your throw, get your timing, and control your horse".
11/7/2011 Working on the Saw Horse
Clay, Cesar Roping with student, Leonard. Develop muscle memory. Have the proper delivery, release and consistency of the swing. Have some
11/7/2011 Working on the Saw Horse
Clay, Cesar Roping the dummy with students, Leonard and David. Make it authentic, get into the correct position, have the proper swing angle, and cover the target. Have the correct Hondo position, open your loop, and think SMOOTH.
11/7/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Jake Roping with student, Joe. Position, delivery, timing of the slack, angle of the loop, and follow through. Practice splitting the horns to learn how to catch the horns
11/7/2011 Roping the Bones Dummy
Jake Roping with student, Joe. Roping the dummy from A to Z. Have a purpose when you rope the dummy. Know the mechanics of the loop, walk to the dummy, and get the proper angle of the loop. Focus on the whole head.
11/7/2011 Chute Help
Bret Austin Larramore demonstrates the Chute Help and it’s new innovations to make roping easier
10/31/2011 Heading - getting the run out of your horse
Bret Use your feet, over and under your rope if needed, drive your horse to the steer
10/31/2011 Pro Runs real time, slow motion with music. Heading and Heeling
Bret Watch before you go rope. See it done the correct way
10/31/2011 Heeling with Clay
Bret Horsemanship (green horse), the heeling dally, steers that go left
10/31/2011 Heading - Scoring
Bret Body Position, Rope Position, and Horse Position
10/24/2011 Heading – Common Mistakes in handling cattle
Bret Improve handling cattle for the heeler, Pay attention to your left hand in relationship to your right shoulder
10/24/2011 Heading steers that head-duck
Bret How to rope head-duckers
10/24/2011 Heeling with Clay
Bret Horsemanship and timing
10/24/2011 Heeling with Cesar
Bret Priceless, timing, position, consistancy, the same thing every time
10/17/2011 Heeling with Students and Pros, Brandon #5
5 Bret Proper Timing and Position
10/17/2011 Horsemanship with Students, Brandon #5, Paul #4 elite
5 Bret Position and get your horse stopped square
10/17/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Kyle #6
6 Bret Constant Quality Instruction, Practice the Right Way, Watch the TTR Videos
10/17/2011 Prepare for a Roping, with students
Bret Scoring, Take your game to the competitive event, make adjustments to steers if needed
10/10/2011 How the Pros Practice and Prepare.
Bret Step it up, prepare for the roping, know the conditions
10/10/2011 How to Practice to Get Better, with students
Bret Develop a Style, Constant Quality Instruction on TTR
10/10/2011 Body Position, with students Paul #4 elite, Brandon #5
5 Bret Cock your shoulder, keep your hand above your head for power
10/10/2011 Delivery, with students Brandon #5, Paul #4 elite
5 Bret Hand above your head, Proper angle on the swing, get your rope up
10/3/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Horsemanship
Bret Pro Heelers – Bobby and Cesar on timing, setting-up the throw, and proper stop of the horse
10/3/2011 Heading with the Pros, The importance of the left hand
Bret Pro Headers – Bret and Charles demonstrate the importance of the left hand and left side
10/3/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Horsemanship
Bret Pro Heelers – Clay, Bobby, and Cesar show the proper position for the correct throw
10/3/2011 Heading with Students Kyle #6, and Tom #3, Horsemanship
6 Bret Leaving the box, facing, and handling cattle
9/26/2011 Heeling Jackpot Runs with the Pros
Bret Pro Heelers -- Bobby, Cesar, and Clay
9/26/2011 Heading with Pros, Handling steers
Bret Pro headers -- Jake and Charles, help you heeler -- show a soft corner
9/26/2011 Heading with Pros and Students, Handling steers
Bret Horse position is left of the steer, avoid being behind the steer
9/26/2011 Heeling with students Paul #4 Elite, and Ky
4 Bret Get speed on your rope, and read the corner
9/19/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Delivery
Bret Pro heelers, Cesar, Bobby, and Clay show you the proper angle of the loop and the proper hand position in the swing and delivery.
9/19/2011 Heeling, Jackpot Runs
Bret Complete Runs with the Pros, Clay and Cesar.
9/19/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Delivery
Bret Be consistent, make adjustments to the steers, and avoid waive-offs.
9/19/2011 Heading with the Pros, Body Position
Bret Pro Headers showing how to use their feet and left hand, and proper shoulder position.
9/12/2011 Heading with Students and Pros, Body Position
Bret Shoulders closed, left hand forward, get over your horse
9/12/2011 Heading with the Pros, Delivery
Bret Proper delivery with Pro Headers, Bret, Charles, and Jake
9/12/2011 Heeling with the Pros, Body Position
Bret Pro Heelers, Clay, Cesar, Bobby, shoulders cocked and loaded
9/12/2011 Heeling with the Pros
Bret Complete Runs with Cesar, Bobby, and Clay
9/5/2011 How to Practice Part II
Bret, Bobby Be prepared (rope the saw horse), warm-up your horse, rope the heel-o-matic, catch the first steer (mental focus), work ethic, put in the time to get better
9/5/2011 Heeling with Students
Bret, Bobby As a subscriber, how do I use TTR to get better (with Paul, 4 elite)
9/5/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Proper body position, Jake shows proper position compared to student, Charles shows proper body position, get out of the saddle
9/5/2011 Charles working with Heading Students and Pros
Charles Bad draws, neck catch vs horn catch, Charles and Bobby making adjustments and making a good handle for the heeler
8/29/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Jake and Clay make jackpot run, get out of your saddle for proper delivery, push left hand forward in delivery, Jake and Cesar (compare yourself to the pros)
8/29/2011 Heading with Students and Pros
Charles Roping big horn steers, know your heeler, go back up the arena, steers that go left, keep your left hand forward (release your horse).
8/29/2011 How to Practice Part I
Bret, Bobby Have a game plan for both ground work (rope the saw horse) and horsemanship (get your timing), focus to get better and move to the next step, have a goal, and be mentally strong (be determined and try).
8/29/2011 Clay working with Heeling Student
4 Clay Working with Paul, #4 elite, on proper position, timing, and delivery.
8/22/2011 Heeling with Students and Pros
Charles Clay shows proper position and perfect loop, Jake and Clay (how a good jackpot run should look).
8/22/2011 How to Practice
Bret, Jake and Clay Focus and concentrate, create mental imagery
8/22/2011 Heading with Students and the Pros
Charles The proper position for the header, make the handle as easy as possible for the heeler (give them a good look), classic run by Jake and Clay.
8/22/2011 Heading with Students and the Pros
Charles Handling steers to provide a soft corner for the heeler, horsemanship with different horses, bad draws (they happen).
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Always go back up the arena, keep your rope tight (watch Jake and Cesar do it correctly), how to handle hard running steers
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Handling cattle, horsemanship on slow steers, proper approach to the steer, when dallying do not look at the saddle horn, and avoid going down the arena with the steer.
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Proper horse position and approach, handling steers properly, slow things down and adjust to your heeler (be a team).
8/15/2011 Heading with Students
Charles Poor delivery (missing the right horn), proper delivery with Jake, horsemanship, and be patient on the handle
8/8/2011 Ground work with student, Brandon #5
5 Jake, Charles Know the top and bottom of your loop. What is the focus point? Rhythm and continuous motion
8/8/2011 Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic Part 3
4 Bobby, Cesar Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic with student, Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar Part 3
8/8/2011 Heeling with Cesar and students, Paul #4 elite, Brandon #5.
4 Bret Proper separation, perfect timing and the perfect loop
8/8/2011 Heeling with student, Paul #4 elite and Pros
4 Bret Hard running steers. Take a good shot. Good practice and good instruction equals improvement
8/1/2011 Heeling with students, Paul #4 elite and Pros.
Bret Don’t get too close, stay wide going down the arena. Set-up your throw and take the same shot every time
8/1/2011 Heeling with Clay and student, Paul, #4 elite
4 Bret, Clay Clay on fast steers and his great timing. Students be patient, see the steers feet and don’t get too tight and inside
8/1/2011 Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic Part 2
4 Bobby, Cesar Working with young horses on the heel-o-matic with student, Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar Part II
8/1/2011 Ground work with student, Brandon #5
5 Jake, Charles Making adjustments, throw the perfect loop, and ideal position for jack pot runs
7/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros
Bret How to rope horns. Handling cattle.
7/25/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and Pros
4 Bret Get into position and timing. Get ready to rope early.
7/25/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and the Pros
4 Bret Get ready, position, timing and delivery
7/25/2011 Cactus Ropes with Mike Piland, VP and General Manger, Barry Berg, Production Manager, Part III
Clay, Bret What kind of rope should I use? What kind of lay should I use for heeling? What is the best seller? Shape your rope after every run.
7/18/2011 Brand new ropes
Charles, Bret Cactus Ropes with Mike Piland, VP and General Manager, Barry Berg, Production Manager, present breaking in a new rope, care for the new rope and how to re-seat your rope on every run.
7/18/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and Pros
4 Bret Get into correct position, keep separation from the steer, and get in time with the steer.
7/18/2011 Heeling with Students, Paul #4 elite, and Brandon #5 and the Pros.
4 Bret Keep your distance from the steer, timing, and delivery.
7/18/2011 Jack Pot Runs with the Pros
Bret Jack Pot Runs and Horsemanship
7/11/2011 Ground Work Part 2
5 Jake & Charles Ground work with student, Brandon #5 header, working with Jake and Charles Part II
7/11/2011 Ground Work Part 1
5 Jake & Charles Ground work with student, Brandon #5 header, working with Jake and Charles Part I
7/11/2011 Young Horses
4 Cesar, Bobby Working with young horses on the Heel-O-Matic with Paul #4 elite, with Bobby and Cesar
7/11/2011 Cactus Ropes with Mike Piland, VP and General Manager, and Barry Berg, Production Manager
Charles, Bret What strand of rope fits you, and what is the best rope for various weather conditions?
7/4/2011 Student Ground Work - Part 1
Bobby, Clay, Cesar Students practice on the saw horse
7/4/2011 Student Ground Work - Part 2
Clay, Cesar, Bobby Clay, Bobby and Cesar explain how to practice the delivery. Controlling the timing and break-over with the steer.
7/4/2011 Position from the Box part 2
Jake & Charles Controling your horse and setting up in the box - scoring true.
6/27/2011 Getting a good start from the box
Jake, Charles Jake and Charles explain how to get your horse to score well.
6/27/2011 The Heel Box
Bobby Leaving the box, be ready to rope, and horsemanship
6/27/2011 Ropes - Part 1, types and use
Clay, Cesar Clay and Cesar explain the types of ropes and purpose of the ropes.
6/27/2011 Care & Storage of Ropes
Clay, Cesar Cesar explains the type of rope he uses their care and storage and preparation.
6/27/2011 Breaking in Fresh Cattle. Part III
Jake Heading, working on the handle for headers and teaming with you heelers. Get the proper position and coordinate the slack, dally and handle.
6/20/2011 Breaking In Fresh Cattle, Part I
Jake How to handle cattle effectively for both heading and heeling. This includes horsemanship.
6/20/2011 Breaking in Fresh Cattle, Part II
Jake, Bret Practice runs -- the fundamentals of good complete runs, and horsemanship (scoring, position, handle and face).
6/20/2011 Heeling box position, control & horsemanship
Bobby Leaving the box to the proper position, control your run, and horsemanship
6/20/2011 Leaving the heeling box & scoring
7 Bobby Working with John Klam #7 Heeler on horsemanship, leaving the box, and scoring
6/13/2011 Get in time with the steer
Clay Heelers get in time with the steer, maintain position, create a good loop. Bobby’s “big loop”, and youth roper, Ky, making jackpot runs
6/13/2011 timing adjustments to ensure completed runs
7 Clay Jake and Cesar, and Jake and #7, John Klam. Make timing adjustments to ensure completed runs
6/13/2011 Get into position and don't be late
7 Clay Working with #7 heeler, John Klam, and youth heeler, Ky. Get into position and don’t be late.
6/13/2011 Swing & position on slow steers for fast shot
Clay On slow steers get your swing into to proper position for a fast shot. Get into perfect rhythm, and take fast shots. Horsemanship on the heeling horse.
6/6/2011 Heeler adjusting when the run changes
Clay Rodeo runs. Making adjustments and improvising for the given situation
6/6/2011 Handling steers and geting the angle.
Jake Jackpot runs. Handling steers. Go back-up the arena. Know your heeler (working with young roper, Ky)
6/6/2011 Get the correct angles in your handle.
Jake Get the correct angles in your handle. Always have a game plan, know your heeler, but don’t over adjust for him. Stay wide
6/6/2011 Remember your steers.
Jake Know your steers, and remember what they tend to do. Pay attention and learn the cattle (slow ones, fast ones, and tricky ones). Make adjustments for steers that move to the left and right.
6/6/2011 Adjusting for tough steers
Jake Make adjustments on tough steers. Be under control
5/30/2011 Speed of the steer.
Jake Knowing your steers. Make adjustments. How fast a steer runs will dictate the handle. To rope fast, get ready fast.
5/30/2011 Entering the heeling box
Clay How to enter the heeling box. Make good patterned runs in the practice pen. Snappy run with Jake, get into position to take the shot.
5/30/2011 Timing off and Splitting the horns
Jake Never give-up, fish if you have to (when you split the horns). Stay in the roping. Provide a soft corner for your heeler. Get the correct position by staying wide
5/30/2011 The proper delivery of the heel loop
Clay Tough steers. Be patient. Heel horse sliding to a stop. The proper delivery of the heel loop (the elbow starts the delivery).
5/23/2011 Upper Body Position
Clay Upper body position and using your left hand to provide width to get the heel horse in the proper position. Timing the swing and the jump of the steer
5/23/2011 Timing to the steer in the corner
Clay Timing to the steer in the corner. Making smooth runs on green horse
5/23/2011 Steers moving to the left and to the right.
Jake Keep your rope tight by putting coil in left hand. Never give-up, get the job done. Horsemanship, scoring your horse and the speed of the cattle
5/23/2011 Best Rodeo Run Pattern
Jake Rodeo runs, be prepared and avoid your horse from ducking. My favorite pattern for rodeo runs is when the steers step to the left. Ideal scoring, and how to practice scoring. Proper length of the header’s reins
5/16/2011 Roping and dallying
3 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heading with Tom, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/16/2011 Handling cattle
6 Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Kyle Beach, voice over with Charles filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice.
5/16/2011 Position & get a good start
6 Charles Rodeo Runs, position and get a good start. Heading with Kyle Beach, voice over with Charles filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/16/2011 Horsemanship and position
3 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heading with Tom, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/16/2011 Body & horse position
7 Bret Rodeo Runs. Correct body position and correct horse position. Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/9/2011 Rodeo Runs
7 Bret Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over
5/9/2011 Scoring and position
7 Bret Rodeo Runs. Heeling with John Klam, voice over with Bret filmed in HD, real time, slow motion, and voice over
5/9/2011 Horsemanship
Charles Heading with Charles, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/9/2011 Horsemanship
Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Charles, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/2/2011 Set-up the heeler
Charles Rodeo Runs. Heading with Charles filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
5/2/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Steers that go left, and right
5/2/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Steers that go left
5/2/2011 Roping and horsemanship
10 Bret Jack Pot Runs. Heeling with Jett Hillman and Bret, filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Charles Heading with Charles filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/25/2011 Horsemanship
Bret Jack Pot Runs – scoring, and a horse that ducks
4/25/2011 Horsemanship
Bret Jack Pot Runs - a horse that drops/ducks
4/25/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Bret Horsemanship, handling cattle and scoring
4/18/2011 Finding a good heel horse
Bobby Finding a good heel horse, and thanks to our sponsors
4/18/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Cesar Jack Pot Runs with Cesar de la Cruz filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/18/2011 Heeling with John #7
7 Bobby Jack Pot Runs with voice over from Bobby Harris
4/18/2011 Saddles Part III
Bret Custom Fit, Extreme Examples - Larry Coats, Coates Saddlery
4/11/2011 Saddles Part II
Bret How to fit a saddle - Larry Coats, Coats Saddlery
4/11/2011 Heeling with John #7
7 Bobby Jack Pot Runs with voice over from Bobby Harris
4/11/2011 Jack Pot Runs and Rodeo Runs
Bobby Jack Pot Runs and Rodeo Runs with Bobby Harris, filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/11/2011 What makes a good head horse
Charles What makes a good head horse and thanks to our sponsors
4/4/2011 What I like in a heel horse
Clay What I like in a heel horse, and thanks to my sponsors
4/4/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Bobby Jack Pot Runs with Bobby Harris filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/4/2011 Jack Pot Runs
Cesar Jack Pot Runs with Cesar de la Cruz filmed in HD, in real time, slow motion, and voice over
4/4/2011 Saddles Part I, Larry Coats, Coats Saddlery
Bret Proper fit with Larry Coats and Bret Beach
3/28/2011 Meet the students, Jett Hillman and John Klam
Meet the students, Jett Hillman and John Klam
3/28/2011 Jake Barnes, what I look for in a head horse
Jake Head Horse - description of what I look for in a head horse.
3/14/2011 Heading with Dave
4 Jake Score your horse, on the handle come back in the arena vs. going straight or down the arena
3/14/2011 Heading with Dave
4 Charles, Jake Get your rope up early, be aggressive, and be ready
3/14/2011 Professional Runs IV
Jake, Charles, Bobby, Clay, Bret Practice runs with the experts, in real time, with voice over comments
3/7/2011 Heeling With Mike
5 Bobby Get in time with the steer, control your horse, rope pure and clean, and make good controlled runs
3/7/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Good position, good loop, and rope aggressive to win the go-around
3/7/2011 Heading With Randy
4 Charles Be patient when bad things happen, stay in the roping, and be ready to rope
3/7/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Cesar, Bobby Consistency and horsemanship
2/28/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Bobby, Cesar Make a horse change to fit your style, but rope the same way
2/28/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Jake, Charles Think through the run to break old habits. Stay wide on your approach
2/28/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Charles, Jake Read the steers. Slow down the fast ones (set them up), and learn to handle the slow ones for your heeler.
2/28/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Cesar, Bobby Body Posture, Horse Position, and Be Patient - slow down to speed-up
2/21/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Bobby Get to the inside position and finish the throw
2/21/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Handling cattle, avoid being too fast on the corner, make it softer for the heeler
2/21/2011 Heading with David
4 Charles Get ready to rope. Get your rope up to throw
2/21/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Cesar Horsemanship, making adjustments with equipment for better control and consistent look
2/14/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Jake Scoring the horse, and handling cattle after the catch
2/14/2011 Heading with David
4 Jake, Charles Getting it done, maintaining total control, and a snappy loop
2/14/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Bobby, Cesar Proper position and delivery
2/14/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Cesar Keeping the heel loop in position, and horsemanship
2/1/2011 Heeling with Mike
5 Bobby, Clay Maintain discipline, stay smooth, and improved horsemanship
2/1/2011 The Professionals - Blooper
Keeping it Fun!
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Scoring, horsemanship, get to the correct position, and keep pulling
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Charles, Jake Putting it all together
2/1/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Reading the steers, and scoring the horse
1/31/2011 Heading with Shelby
5 Charles, Jake Reading the start, and handling cattle
1/31/2011 Heading with Jake and Clay
Jake, Clay Get a good start. The importance of the left hand. Deliver a crisp loop.
1/31/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part III
5 Bobby, Cesar, Clay Horsemanship (making adjustments) and position
1/31/2011 Heading with Bret
Bret Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
1/31/2011 Heeling with Clay
Clay Read the situation and react
1/24/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part I
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar position, horsemanship (body alignment with your horse, length of reins, tie down adjustments, and trust your left hand)
1/24/2011 Heeling with Mike - Part II
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Keep trying, rope in time, and horsemanship (sit-up square over your horse, keep riding, and avoid catching the horse’s front leg)
1/24/2011 Heading with Charles
Charles Getting your slack, and the proper way to dally (“lock it off” and “keep your eyes on the steer”)
1/24/2011 Heeling with Bobby
Bobby Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
1/17/2011 Heading with Students - Introduction
Jake, Charles Getting ready to rope
1/17/2011 Heading with Rory
5 Charles, Jake Scoring, reading and handling your cattle, and getting your dally
1/17/2011 Heading with Randy
4 Jake, Charles Scoring, horsemanship, and handling cattle
1/17/2011 Heading with David
4 Charles, Jake Horsemanship, proper equipment (bits), and being consistent
1/17/2011 The mental aspect of roping
Clay, Bobby, Charles Preparing for competition - focus, fundamentals, concentration, and execution under pressure
1/10/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar
1/10/2011 Heeling with Shelby
5 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Position, timing, delivery, and discipline
1/10/2011 Heeling with Dave
7 Bobby, Clay, Cesar Rope aggressive - rope faster
1/10/2011 Heeling with Students, focus on Dave
7 Clay, Bobby, Cesar Making good runs - position, timing and horsemanship
1/1/2011 Heading with Jake
Jake Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
1/1/2011 Heading with Charles
Charles Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
1/1/2011 Heading with Bret
Bret Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over.
1/1/2011 Heeling with Cesar
Cesar Filmed in HD in real time, slow motion, and voice over
12/1/2010 Professional Runs III
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts in real-time and slow motion.
12/1/2010 Ropes - Part 1
Bobby, Charles Picking your rope for heading and heeling with Bobby and Charles
12/1/2010 Ropes - Part 2
Bobby, Charles Breaking in your rope for heading and heeling with Bobby and Charles
12/1/2010 Heading - Horsemanship
Jake, Charles Logging your horse and learning to face, Charles and Jake
12/1/2010 Heading - Rope
3 Jake Finding your Tip with Tom #3
12/1/2010 Heading - Roping
Jake, Roping the 'Bones' heading dummy with Jake Barnes
12/1/2010 Heading - Rope faster
Jake Rope faster and body position on the heel-o-matic with Jake Tom #3, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heading
6 Jake Learning how to win on the heel-o-matic with Jake, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heading
Jake Practice on the heel-o-matic with Jake, Tom #3, Zane #6, Kyle #6
12/1/2010 Heeling - Horsemanship
Clay, Bobby Warming-up your horse with Bobby and Clay.
12/1/2010 Horsemanship
Clay, Bobby Horsemanship - getting ready to rope with Bobby and Clay
12/1/2010 Timing - PART 1
Clay Timing on the heel-o-matic with Clay, PART I, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Timing - Part 2
Clay Timing on the heel-o-matic with Clay, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Horsemanship
Clay Horsemanship on the heel-o-matic with Clay, Billy #5, Gary #5, Cody #6
12/1/2010 Placement of the heel loop
6 Clay Proper placement of the heel loop with Bret and Clay, Cody #6
11/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Groundwork with Clay O'Brien Cooper
11/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Groundwork, Loop Balance
11/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Charles Groundwork with beginner
11/1/2010 Heading with Kyle
6 Charles Scoring, Handling, and Dally
11/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Jake, Charles Jake Barnes and Charles Pogue working with beginner
11/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Posture and Body Position
11/1/2010 Bits Part 2
Bobby, Clay Gear Review
11/1/2010 Close-up with the Cowboys
Hanging out with the instructors
11/1/2010 Professional Runs II
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts
11/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Clay Position and Timing with Clay O'Brien Cooper
11/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Bobby Be ready to rope, get into Position, and horsemanship
11/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Bobby Position and Timing with Bobby Harris
11/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Position and Horsemanship
10/1/2010 Heeling with Gary
5 Clay Horsemanship and position
10/1/2010 Heeling with Billy
5 Clay Horsemanship, swing, and delivery
10/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Bobby Timing and position
10/1/2010 Heeling with Cody
6 Clay Timing and position
10/1/2010 Roping the Heel-O-Matic
Bobby Practice when getting cut off on the right fence
10/1/2010 Professional Runs I
Charles, Jake, Clay, Bobby, Bret Practice runs with the experts. Same as Pro Run IV but with music - no voice over.
10/1/2010 Catch them all..
All Silly on-goings...
10/1/2010 Run for it...
All Silly on-goings...
10/1/2010 Bits Part 1
Bobby, Clay Gear Review - Bits Part 1
10/1/2010 Protective Gear
Jake, Charles Gear Review
10/1/2010 Heading with Tom
3 Charles Horsemanship, position, and balance
10/1/2010 Heading with Zane
6 Charles Consistency, handling cattle, and horsemanship
10/1/2010 Heading with Kyle
6 Charles Handling cattle
10/1/2010 Heading with students
Jake Ground work to the horse, and to the cattle. And, rope faster
10/1/2010 Roping a heeling dummy (sawhorse)
Clay Practice timing using a sawhorse

 

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