Originally published in the 1920s, this little book is a 'teach yourself' guide to rope spinning and rope tricks. Complete with photographs and illustrative diagrams which should ensure that anyone who attempts this sport should have hours of fun. It is also great exercise. There are some words of advice from well known rope spinners of the time, and a warning from Fred Stone - 'Now listen, audience, if you ever start roping and learn the first trick (The Wedding Ring) you're gone. You will never rest till you know more about ropes, loops, Hondas, rope-spinning, straight roping and which cowboy is the best. In fact you'll tear for a ranch to learn more and get in the atmosphere of the real out-door life. I'm telling you.' Contents Include: Foreword Warning Advice Principles of Rope Spinning The Flat Loops Vertical Loops Jumping In and Out of a Loop While it is Spinning Stunts History of Roping
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