Watch as Dustin talks about why a lot of ropers either split the horns or deliver to the right as well as some awesome slow-motion footage! Check it out!
When you progress as a header to be around a #5 or #6, Dustin explains in this video you may be starting to rope a steer “on the gain”. He talks about how you can practice this on the dummy as well as how your loop angles will change.
Some horses learn to read your swing and delivery and begin to get short on you when they know you are about to throw. In this video, Dustin Egusquiza discusses what you can do to avoid your horse “cheating” you.
Team Roping is a very unpredictable sport. Jackie Crawford really stresses in this video how important it is to be able to adapt your roping to the “situation”. Steers can drop a horn, drop their head, step to the right etc. So having control over the plane or angle of Read more…
When you rope in different places and different scenarios (jackpots vs. rodeos), the position you leave the box changes. In this video, Dustin discusses how you should leave the box depending on the type of barrier. Short vs. long and breaking tight vs. wide.