What is Heel O Matic?

Heel-O-Matic is best known as the leading manufacturer of team roping supplies and training aids. Heel-O-Matic products are designed to provide perfect practice for every level of roping competitor and horse trainer, from youth to professional.

What is a heel loop?

Description. Wheelchair heel loops provide support behind the heel of your foot by keeping your foot from sliding backwards off your wheelchair footplate. Works well on people with limited strength in their lower extremities and is often used in conjunction with a single leg strap or an “H” pattern leg strap.

How does a heel loop work?

When a steer leaves the ground, then hits the ground again, it happens fast. How you deliver your loop is a trained reaction to what you’re seeing. By the time the steer’s hind feet leave the ground and then hit the ground again, the delivery of the loop has to fire correctly—correctly timed and placed.

How do I make a PVC roping dummy?

  1. Measure and cut four 24-inch sections of PVC pipe, using the tape measure and hacksaw.
  2. Insert two legs into the 3-way PVC coupler to form the rear legs of the dummy.
  3. Place the neck pipe into the open slot at the front of the body.
  4. Line up the dummy’s mounting spikes with the PVC mounting points.

How do I make a rope dummy?

Starting on the ground, practice roping a dummy head on a hay bale. Swing the rope over the horns, extend your hand to the right, and lay the rope over the horns. Practice timed drills on the ground, roping quickly and moving your feet.

Who owns Classic ropes?

Ken Bray of Classic Rope When one of his customers, a CPA named Ted Tomerlin, asked him if wanted to be a part of a new rope-making business with Derwood Miller and his nephew, Curt Matthews, Bray didn’t blink at the opportunity to trade in his nine-to-five for a career in the Western industry.

How do you feed loop roping?

Feeding the rope is where you make the loop bigger as you swing it by loosening the grip to let the strand of the rope slide through the eye. When you swing the rope, always use the weight of the rope and the tip to pull the strand through the eye.