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Roping Mindset
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Roping Mindset

One of the first goals I set when I started really trying to improve my roping was to get to the point where I expected to catch two feet every time I backed into the box. At first, my focus was in the practice pen. I would hope to catch two feet, at best, but

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Knowledge Is Power
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Knowledge Is Power

My dad was a very wise man.  Over the years, I have learned a lot from him.  He taught me how to rope and ride, how to be a better horseman, and how to work hard for the things that I wanted.  He taught me valuable life lessons like seeing the good in every situation

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Borrowing A Horse
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Borrowing A Horse

I recently had a friend reach out to me about an idea for a blog post.  He told me, “Lacey, I have read a lot of articles about buying horses, training horses, and selling horses…but I have never read an article about borrowing a horse!”  He told me a story about a good friend of

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Practicing For Your Horse Vs Practicing For Yourself
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Practicing For Your Horse vs Practicing For Yourself

Team roping is so much more than just a team between header and heeler.  You are also a team with your horse.  And, just like you, your horse needs practice too.  The amount of practice that your horse needs really depends on your horse itself.   Currently, I have two horses…my good horse that is

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