DVD Set - Alfonso Aguilar - Ranch Roping of the Vaqueros

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Ranch Roping of the Vaqueros vividly explains the roping techniques of the Vaqueros.

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Ranch Roping of the Vaqueros vividly explains the roping techniques of the Vaqueros. The unique Reata Roping was originally developed by Mexican cowboys (Vaqueros) who took this knowledge north to the United States. This method of roping makes it possible to catch cattle in different situations in a controlled and safe way with shots that are adapted to the situation and skillfully thrown.

For several decades Alfonso Aguilar has been intensively engaged in the art of roping both in Mexico and in the United States and is a master of his trade. The welfare of horses and cattle is always his top priority. On this DVD, he conveys his profound knowledge in this field, giving beginners, but also all those who want to deepen their knowledge, a good and interesting insight into the art of roping.

The Basics: In this DVD you will learn the basics of vaquero roping. The content includes first steps in handling the rope for a safe and sensitive approach. Explanations on how to build up different throws like head or heel shots are shown on both a dummy and a cow, always bearing in mind the concept of friendly horsemanship that distinguishes Alfonso Aguilar. Bonus material includes roping demonstrations of different throws and unique horsemanship presentations.

Advanced: This DVD builds on the content of “The Basics” and provides experienced users with in-depth knowledge of numerous different head and heel shoots. Here Alfonso Aguilar shows and explains the different throwing techniques in detail and gives insights into the artful and impressive work done with the rope to constantly improve the quality of the swings and throws. In a well thought-out way Alfonso Aguilar presents his profound knowledge, which provides advanced learners with comprehensive skills to skillfully apply the Ranch Roping technique of the Vaqueros.

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Weight 0.15 kg