February 5, 2018

TUFKAF introduces a newly improved and re-engineered  calf roping dummy, the JUNIOR Tufkaf. We have examined and paid particular attention to every little detail in this dummy. It is a lighter framed calf, developed to match the size of the modern roping cattle. It has...

April 13, 2016

It can be challenging to find a good place to ground tie when I'm on the road. Keeping my flank and tie snappy is crucial to putting together a strong season, so I've found that the best way to stay sharp is by flanking and tying the Tuf Kaf. Below are the things I'm w...

April 13, 2016

 

When I rope the Tuf Kaf, it’s 95% for my horse. If my horse works well at the rodeo, I have a much better chance of winning. I want to do everything I can to prepare my horses and keep them sharp. Roping the Tuf Kaf also enhances my performance.  

 

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April 13, 2016

Ducking Left

Most horses move left as we are placing our slack and stepping off because they’re trying to create a comfortable distance between themselves and the action of the dismount. It’s crucial that I as the roper am being correct. Otherwise by having a straight l...

April 13, 2016

The main goal when I log my horse is to create a habit where they immediately step backward out of the stop and don’t stop backing up with purpose until the calf is flanked and on the ground. Then I want them to have all four feet standing still, leaning back with the...

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