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There are lots of different “kid” ropes to choose from, so it can be hard to decide which one is right for you or your little one. I am going to tell you some of the differences between the ropes to hopefully help you pick. Poly ropes are used mostly for calf roping, while nylon ropes are used more for team roping. Most of the kid ropes are going to be a blend of the two types with some exceptions. They will also come in a variety of lengths from 17’ to 30’.
Barry Berg at Cactus Ropes gives us some tips to help a rope feel fresh longer.
The number one factor is temperature. Heat will give rope rope more rotation to the left. Team ropes also firm up and feel stiffer or harder when they are hot.
Cold has the opposite effect. It will make the eye rotate to the right and soften the rope.
Your best bet is to keep them at room temperature.
Check out this little truck that just arrived on the Coolhorse lot. It's been inspected, serviced, and ready to go to work.
Click here for details and a full set of pictures: http://shop.coolhorse.com/store/product/CT34354U
Attention all Cowboy Mounted Shooters this weekend (October 15-18, 2014) at the Tony Lama World Championship at the Amarillo National Center, Amarillo, Texas.
We at Coolhorse would like to welcome you to our town for your finals and extend an offer to the participants this weekend.
Swing by our store at 6951 S. Bell, Amarillo, Texas, show us your CMSA card and we'll give you a free Coolhorse Retro Trucker Cap or Coolhorse Beanie- no strings attached! We normally get about $20 each for these.
Coolhorse is proud to share the link of Mesalands College, Tucumcari, New Mexico, winning their NIRA hometown rodeo as found in the Quay County Sun newspaper.
Mesalands Community College Rodeo Team recently purchased a 2014 Platinum 28' Stock Trailer from Coolhorse in the Spring of 2014 for hauling practice stock and for hauling team members horses to the college rodeo. It's been a pleasure to work with Tim Abbot, their rodeo coach and a pleasure to sponsor their recent college rodeo in Tucumcari.
Good luck Mesalands Rodeo Team in the remainder of your 2014-2015 season.