I starting playing around a little last year, and went to two clinics with my horse. It was fun, and we both had a blast learning how to sort cows. This year I decided to try and do some competitions. We did our first one last weekend, and we did good, but didn't place. I wasn't expecting much with it being our first time. I did get hooked up with some really good people, and they gave me some good pointers and advice. My horse came up sore after the competition, so I was offered to ride a loaner from one of the guys that mentors the newbies. We entered in a sorting yesterday, and ended up placing 3rd in Amataurs with 7 cows sorted in 1:06. I was proud of the time, even if the Pros were doing 10 cows in 38 seconds lol! I wore a GoPro, but am still unable to upload the video to youtube without crashing my computer. So I took some screenshots, and here they are for your viewing pleasure. I am on the roan horse wearing the camera for the most part. I did let a teammate wear it for one round but she didn't like the feel of it on her head so she took it off before we had all our go's.