An investment in a Best Ever Pad

An Investment in a Best Ever Pad There’s probably no greater mistake we can make that can cause our horse’s to develop a disdain for roping and quick decline in their performance than not choosing (and maintaining) the right interface

Traveling the Rodeo Road with Kids

Traveling the Rodeo Road with Kids As I type this is I am sitting with my children watching the Miss Reno Rodeo Horsemanship competition on my phone.  Our kids eat, sleep, and breathe everything horse and rodeo related.  It is

Happy Father’s Day!

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys Decked Out Best Ever Dads 🤠 We're hitting the road! Come see us & look for the Best Ever Van as we head to: Reno Rodeo /

The Right Interface Between Back and Saddle

The Right Interface Between Back and Saddle Towing around or stopping a 500 pound steer can become much easier and more comfortable for our horses when we have the right interface between their back and the saddle. There are numerous

Man in the Arena

Man in the Arena "Focus on your goals, not your fear." "A lot of people have signature styles. We work more on us as a team as opposed to two people roping."  by Cody Snow  READ THE WHOLE STORY HERE

Taking care of our equipment

Taking Care of Our Equipment Taking care of our equipment is just as important any other aspect of our roping. One area often overlooked is the maintenance of our blankets and pads. Over time sweat & hair build up and

THIS DOES NOT DEFINE YOU

THIS DOES NOT DEFINE YOU Here’s to the kid that didn’t make it. Here’s to the boys and girls who worked their butts off all year, but still fell a little short. Here’s to the kid that may have had

Shout Out to All the Best Ever Mom’s

RESPECT "Love your mother, the most beautiful person on this earth. Our best critic, yet our strongest supporter." Tammy White, Ryan WhiteColton White, Trey White     Happy Mother's Day! Special shout out to Tammy White, mother hen

No Foolin’ This April

RESPECT "Life will change without our permission... It's our attitude that determines the ride." “The goal now? I want to be the oldest guy to ever make the National Finals Rodeo in the team roping.” – Walt Woodard

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