SPEE' UP YOUR TIMES AN' IN­CREASE YOUR CON­SIS­TENCY TO­DAY

Spin to Win Rodeo - - Competitive Edge -

1 )rom the start heel­ers need to work on get­ting to their po­si­tion. Es­pe­cially at the jack­pots, heel­ers need to spend their time go­ing down the arena feed­ing their ropes and get­ting their rope speeds up to be able to take their shots faster, rather than wor­ry­ing about haz­ing.

2 Into the cor­ner heel­ers should be tighter and higher with­out crawl­ing over top of the steer. To do that you need to be able to trust your horse with your left hand down on his neck rather than up and pulling back.

3 Sep­a­ra­tion is key. It puts your bot­tom strand down on the ground. To get good sep­a­ra­tion, you have to ride all the way to your po­si­tion. <ou need to get to that spot ei­ther as the switch is hap­pen­ing to get sep­a­ra­tion and throw on the first jump or get there on the first jump and get that sep­a­ra­tion to throw by the sec­ond jump. *et­ting a con­sis­tent look at the steer will help you con­sis­tently catch.

Ryan$9 2,310 Motes since has join­ing earned the Pro­fes­sional Rodeo Cow­boys As­so­ci­a­tion in 2001. Rop­ing with Aaron Tsinig­ine, Motes has fin­ished as high as sec­ond in the PRCA world stand­ings and lives in :eather­ford, Texas, with his wife, Court­ney.

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