Western Junior Roper Set

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Western Junior Roper Set

$24.67

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Buy 3 or more, each at $22.20

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Product Summary:

Three piece set includes:
  •  12" horn spread steer head with spikes for mounting on a bale of hay or straw
  •  1/4" x 25' rope
  • cotton/poly knit youth sized glove with an elastic wrist.
  • steer head color may vary
Item Number Model Number UPC
WRA07 58-7780-2-0 688499483476

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6yr old likes it
My 6yr old really likes it and is picking up the hang of it well. The flexibility in the rope is helping him gain a little more control as he is starting to notice the lat of the rope on his throw.
May 13, 2015
Great for the kiddos !
Just recieveed this and im sure my daughter is going to love it. much sturdier than I thought it would be. I think any little cowboy/cowgirl would love it.
December 8, 2011
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I ordered this because I have always wanted to rope. And now i have a young horse so i can put my dream into action.
Aimee M on Oct 13, 2015
I ordered this because I have always wanted to rope. And now i have a young horse so i can put my dream into action.
Aimee M on Oct 13, 2015
What's the best rope to buy for my 14 yr old son to begin to learn how to rope? Any other helpful items to purchase? Thanks, Dee
Mamaofour on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: it would depend on what type of roping he is doing. I would speak with a trainer to help guide you in the correct direction.