Trevor Brazile & Patrick Smith Team Roping Clinic
The Beginners Only Clinic is a 3-day introductory clinic for those learning to ride and rope for the first time. You can bring your own horse or lease an NRS Ranch Rope Horse. You do not need a finished rope horse for this clinic. Learn the fundamentals on the ground of heading and heeling: Position, Swing, Target and Delivery, horsemanship skills and position on the sleds at a controlled pace, tack, saddle fitting and equipment use. The clinic starts in the class room quickly moves to the arena for ground work and finishes on horseback; roping the sled and tracking steers, putting a rope on your first live steer in the chute, tracking and dallying, and making your first attempt at catching a live steer. Any age, any gender, we can teach you how to rope, safely and in a fun family atmosphere.
Learn the fundamentals of heading and heeling:
- Swing and delivery
- Horsemanship and position
- Tack, saddle fitting and equipment
Student Jackpot with prizes on the last day.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm each day
|Trevor Brazile & Patrick Smith Clinic Packet|
October 11-13, 2018
Limited to 24 students.
LEARN FROM THE PROS
Trevor Brazile holds the record for the most total world champion titles won by a large margin of 23 titles. Brazile won the 23rd title in 2015. He accomplished breaking the record held by Ty Murray who has 9 titles for which Murray earned the final title in 1998. Brazile also holds the record for the most All-Around Cowboy World Champion tiles at 13 titles. He won the 13th title in 2015. In 2010, Brazile won his 8th all-around title, surpassing Murray's seven titles in 1998.
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 World Championship.