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Posted 7/2/2014 8:24:25 AM
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Hey everyone,
I have been looking for a rope for heeling for a while now but because I am just getting started and don't know if I will like it or do good I thought I could come here and ask if any of you have any advice for people starting out in roping and what is your favorite brand of rope/what should I start out with
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Posted 7/17/2014 2:55:53 PM

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Well I just started learning how to rope so I don't have a favorite brand yet. But for tips I strongly encourage starting on the ground and then going slowing and tracking a dummy first. I'm not sure if your horse has been around cows or not but make sure they learn how to track a cow and that they aren't afraid of the cows! Hope I helped!

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