Trevor Brazile & Patrick Smith Team Roping Clinic
Learn from World Champion team ropers Trevor Brazile and Patrick Smith. From barrier work to facing, headers will learn about what it takes to be a champion from Trevor. Patrick’s grasp of catching two feet will help heelers do the same. This clinic covers the basics of team roping and what it takes to be a champion. If attending the clinic, you should have some experience roping; the majority of the time will be spent horseback.
Limited to 24 students.
Student Jackpot with prizes on the last day.
OCTOBER 12-14, 2017
It takes hard work and dedication to be Trevor Brazile. His relentless approach in the rodeo arena has put his name above any other as King of the Cowboys with 13 All-Around World titles, five steer roping titles, three calf roping and one team roping World title. He has competed professionally for 19 years and is the first to cross the $3 million threshold in career earnings. Trevor understands what it takes to become a winner. He has mastered the roping events and helps you do the same in his clinics.
Although he did not start roping until the age of 18, Patrick Smith rose quickly to the top of his profession. He joined the PRCA in 2003 and qualified for the NFR that year and won the NFR average with partner Matt Tyler. He was also awarded the 2003 PRCA Team Roping Heeling Rookie of the Year. Two years later, he won the 2005 Team Roping World Championship at the NFR with Clay Tryan. In 2007, Patrick began roping with partner and friend Trevor Brazile. Winning the NFR average in 2008, their partnership continued to thrive and brought them the 2010 Team Roping.