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Pick Up A Dropped Rope

The next time your buddy drops a rope in the practice pen you might be able to pick it up without getting off your horse. Build a long loop, hang it downwards, and see if you can't wiggle the tip of it under the tail of the dropped rope. Once you have, move your loop up the dropped rope a few feet, then you should be able to raise your hand and grab it.

This might work in the pasture, too, but it can be more difficult to do in grass.

Below: Using a loop to pick up a dropped rope.

A mounted rider picking up a dropped rope


 

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