Dally Team Roping - Heading

The heading horse is judged on the rate of speed to the steer, ability to match the steer’s speed and favorably position the roper to catch. The horse also is judged on his ability to check, turn and set the steer in position for the heeler.

May 06, 2021 | News and Publications , Ranching
AQHA member Katey Jo Gordon wins INSP’s “Ultimate Cowboy Showdown.”
March 30, 2021 | News and Publications , Timed / Speed events
Like a trip to the batting cages, roping tools keep ropers tuned by teaching beginners the ropes and seasoning pros.
February 22, 2021 | News and Publications , Ranching
If you didn’t grow up on a ranch, you might not know a Hereford from a Holstein. Here's some cattle vocabulary for cutting, cow horse and roping competitors.
February 15, 2021 | News and Publications , Training
World-renowned roping clinician and horse trainer Lari Dee Guy takes us through her steps to ensure her horses have a rock-solid start out of the roping box.
February 13, 2021 | Showing , Timed / Speed events
Is AQHA roping judged or timed? And what are judges looking for?