Ranch Ropes at Coolhorse

Dragging calves with a ranch rope

There are increasingly more arena ropers in the world today than there were a few years ago. Most of us are using a poly calf rope or a nylon/poly blend team rope ranging from 30’-35’ in length. Even though some ropers have moved on from the “ranch” style ropes, there are still lots of guys using them. We have quite a selection of ranch ropes here at Coolhorse in many different lengths.

Find your Bull Riding Toys at Coolhorse

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Bull Riding Play Set from M & F Western

The PBR Built Ford Tough 2014 World Finals have come to an end. Bushwacker came out on top being crowned for the third time as the World Champion Bull. This bull, owned by Julio Moreno, earned his retirement with a remarkable week. In this final performance he bucked off rider Mike Lee in only 2.13 seconds. Known as an intelligent and unpredictable bull, Bushwacker mixed up his normal routine and left the chute to the left, gave two mighty jumps, and then it was all over.

Free Ground Shipping This Weekend Oct 25th - 26th, 2014

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Take advantage of our Free Shipping this weekend starting Friday, October 24th and ending Monday, 8 AM CST, October 27th.

This offer is only good for the lower 48 states and products that qualify must be able to ship through UPS Ground Services. Sorry, no roping machines, trailers, feeders, roping chutes, over sized, or extra heavy items. As always, all of our saddles ship for free every day of the week!

Happy Weekend Ya'll!

The Folks at Coolhorse

Heel-O-Matic Roping Dummy Reviews From Our Customers at Coolhorse

Here are several reviews of the Heel O Matic roping dummy since we launched our new review system at Coolhorse. These are actual customers, un-edited, and completely authentic. Thanks folks for your input!

Does my horse need a blanket?

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Chico - Horse without blanket playing in the snow.

A common misconception among non-horse owners is that all horses need a winter blanket. Some horses don't need one at all, and in fact are much happier without them. In some cases a horse has more than enough hair to stay warm and comfortable sans extra coverings. Two of my personal horses grow hair so thick that in our mostly mild climate, they would be for more uncomfortable if I subjected them to regular blanketing. Here is a blog I wrote some time ago about deciding when my horses need a winter blanket.

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