Basics Goat Tying Clinics are designed to improve each student's skill and
technique for faster, more consistent and competitive times in the rodeo
Each element of goat tying is broken down and worked on separately so that
the students develop an understanding of the desired movements and the
importance of the correct technique. Instruction advances with the
student's skill level to continually challenge and improve their
Discussion periods cover equipment, how to practice and compete, physical
condition, mental preparation and reviewing of video tapes.
are open to any age, girls or boys. Clinics are VERY physically intense
and use LIVE goats. Smaller goats may be
brought for younger students so they can learn proper technique and be
BE 6th grade & up (Jr. high, High School
& College aged students) .
am -3 pm Day 1
am - 2 pm Day 2
to ANYONE, BEGINNERS & ALL students who are 5th grade &
pm - 7 pm Day 1,
pm - 5 pm Day 2
to 12 students
SECTIONS WILL BE CHALLENGED AS THEIR ABILITY & SKILL LEVELS ALLOWS
with complete instruction more tailored to the individual.
for complete schedule & individual clinic information.
the form, including your choice of clinic to attend and send a deposit to
reserve your spot in an upcoming clinic. Check back on the web as
deposit status are updated weekly.
for section 1 is $300.00
for Section 2 is $200.00
$100 deposit is required
in advance and the remaining tuition is to be paid at the beginning of the
clinic. Release forms and agenda are emailed a week prior to the
Made by Rattler Ropes. Nylon 3 ply strings.
Barstow Pro Rodeo; Amber Rosin
Tubes to store strings : www.ssroping.com
has made a career from goat tying as a competitor, clinician and coach.
is a strong believer in work ethic and that you get out of something what
you put into it. She conducts her clinics and coaching style of high
repetition with mental awareness and intensity.
Rodeo Video Inc, Better Basics Instructional Videos are available.
Goat Tying Video
Instructional Breakaway Roping
Instructional Goat Tying Video
Invitational Goat Tying Videos
ordered from www.rodeovideo.com
of the Month
ready for Nationals
practicing in preparation for Nationals really focus on doing the basics
out your practices with simple one skill drills (flanking, tying, gathering,
running into position) for a warm up. Check yourself on your technique for
correctness. Then work on your goal for that practice session and end with
working on your weakness, possibly slowing them down to be correct again.
careful you don't just focus just on speed while you practice with Nationals in
mind. Often this leads to making small short cuts that can cost you in the
short cuts include: not getting into all the way into position before the flank
finishing the flank
finishing the gather into your thumb
getting the ty tight
wide during the dismount
you are familiar with the type of goats that will be at Nationals, go find you
several goats of that type to better prepare yourself. I always like to
get new goats in preparing for Nationals so that I don't know exactly what my
goats will do in the practice pen. If you are not sure what will be there, get a
variety of goats so you'll be ready.
Tip Sponsored by Rattler Ropes Proper Position
Tip Sponsored by Rattler Ropes Staying Square
Tip Sponsored by Rattler Ropes Strings
Tip Sponsored by Rattler Ropes Dismounts
We filmed NEW YOU TUBE Video Tips- keep checking back, as
they'll be posted soon!