Safety Hazards in Breakaway Roping

Linsay Sumpter talks about how unsafe a horn knot can be and how to avoid problems.

Safety Hazards In Breakaway Roping
Click here to learn from BreakawayRoping.com coach Linsay Sumpter.

While breakaway ropers don’t lose fingers at the same rate as team ropers, it’s still a possibility. Linsay Sumpter talks about how unsafe a horn knot can be and how to avoid safety problems during breakaway roping practice. The key takeaway: be very aware of where your rope is at all times!

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