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Team Roping Basics

Posted by Tracy Wright on 7/29/2013 to Latest News
Team roping evolved into a sport when a couple of cowboys somewhere, many years ago, turned a common ranching procedure into competition. The procedure, used to secure a steer so that he could be branded or doctored, is for two cowboys to rope the front and hind ends of a steer and stretch him between their horses.

Saddle Blanket

Posted by Tracy Wright on 7/22/2013 to Latest News
                         


When the horse was first domesticated, the saddle blanket was the first and only piece of equipment placed on a horse's back, attached with a strap or rope, used primarily to protect the rider. Over time, the blanket developed into a pad, and later the pad or blanket became a buffer and support for a saddle.

Heel-O-Matic Trainer

Posted by Tracy Wright on 7/18/2013 to Latest News
Heel-O-Matic: Ask the Pro's with Chad Mathes.  Roping Machine: Heel-O-Matic Trainer Best For: Heelers and Headers Key Feature: Belt-driven pulley system for variable hopping speed adjustments The Ground Driven TRAINER is our most popular roping practice machine. 

Morinda Care Equine...

Posted by Tracy Wright on 7/11/2013 to New Items
Full potential and peak performance. That's what every horse owner wants, whether you're a competitive team roper or a casual weekend rider.

Morinda Care Equine products deliver unique benefits to help support optimum vitality and performance. Morinda Care may not ring familiar bells for horse owners yet, but it will when owners learn that the main ingredient of this powerful supplement is Tahitian noni, the exotic fruit scientifically known as “morinda citrifolia.”

Fast Back Ropes brings back the Pink Patron by popular demand

Posted by Fast Back Ropes on 7/9/2013 to Latest News
Fast Back Ropes brings back the Pink Patron by popular demand.  Granbury, TX – Fast Back Ropes first introduced the “rope with a cause,” the Pink Patron, in 2008.