Home HG Volume 02 HG Issue 5 - Winter 2010 Some Roping Basics with Bryan Neubert

Some Roping Basics with Bryan Neubert

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Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 5

Preparation is the key to building a solid foundation in a young horse. California horseman Bryan Neubert gives us an inside look at how he might start a colt on cows and roping.

Tracking cattle is a great way to introduce a horse to livestock. Choose cows that are quiet and gentle to give your horse a good experience. Take the time to get your colt used to the noise, sight and feel of the rope on different parts of his body. When you’re ready to throw a loop, Bryan demonstrates how to tie a knot in your rope so that you can keep your loop open and get your rope off without having to get up on the cow or lay it down.

The original length of this clip is 24 minutes 29 seconds



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