Tie-Down Roping

Tests a horse’s ability to follow a calf at great speed, giving the rider the best opportunity to catch the calf. The horse is judged on how quietly he waits for the calf to be released; how well he runs to the calf; how he rates his speed and position so that the rider can rope the calf; and how well the horse stops and works the end of the rope, keeping the slack out but not dragging the calf. There is a one-minute time limit for all roping events.

January 10, 2020 | News and Publications , Training
World-renowned roping clinician and horse trainer Lari Dee Guy takes us through her steps to ensure her horses have a rock-solid start out of the roping box.
September 21, 2019 | News and Publications , Timed / Speed events
Learning to rope is only one part of becoming a great roper.
August 30, 2019 | News and Publications , Awards and recognition
Jim Bound breaks the record for exhibitor with the most Adequan® Select World Championships.
June 20, 2019 | News and Publications , Timed / Speed events
Direct your body’s segments to become a better conscious and subconscious roper.
May 14, 2019 | News and Publications , Timed / Speed events
World champion roper, AQHA Professional Horseman and Team Wrangler member C.R. Bradley breaks down his training process for tie-down roping horses.