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My Hot Tamale Locomotive on the pattern

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        07-07-2013, 02:26 AM
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    The plan today was to do a trail ride... well that turned into roping 20 calves lol.
    Its all alright. She looooooooooooooves dragging calves more than anything. And she's awesome at it - its like she was born with a 6th sense to handle a rope lol. Got her workout in for sure, there were some daaaang big steers in the bunch. Had to even drag some at a lope as they were tough suckers and kept trying to get up! Anywho, enough talking about my branding pen experiences with her...

    The video from yesterday:
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        07-07-2013, 03:11 PM
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    wow! What a big improvement! I love that she aint turning around the barrels like a rope horse- even though she is!
    Good to see her lighten up that forend and use her body more efficiently- and good for you for being more in sync with her to show her how to do it right!


    I know yall still got a little ways to go but keep up the good work!
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        07-07-2013, 10:31 PM
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    I just gotta work more on her bending, both left and right and then get her leads sorted out and we are good to go
         

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