Welcome to E-shope All For Roping
Welcome to our E-shop for roping riders roping discipline.
Here you can find equipment for many roping disciplines No 1*(Team roping).
We cooperate with the best riders & trainers all over Europe.
If you think sometimes about trying roping discipline like Ranch roping, calf roping or team roping we can offer you fast progress in your chosen discipline.
Our costumers range from beginners learning on dummies to professional trainers &riders.
In our shop you can find ropes for kids,novice and advance professional riders.We offer everithing what ropers need.
- Roping glove
- Rope powder
- Dally for horn
- Headers ropes FASTBACK
- Heelers ropes FASTBACK
- Calf ropes FASTBACK
- Kid rope
- Rope bags
- Breakaway honda
- Roping pads
- Roping cinch
- Sports boots
- Static dummy HELL-O-MATIC
- Moving dummy HELL-O-MATIC
- Training DVD
- Training guidance
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What is roping? History of roping and company Fast Back
Calf Roping derives from an actual practice used by vaqueros and cowboy hands, requiring them to catch and restrain calves for medical purposes, or for branding. Cowboy hands not only took pride in their speed of restraining calves but also started to place small bets and have contests. The process involves throwing a rope with a loop (known as a lariat or lasso) over the head and onto the neck of the calf (or sometimes on the horns), and also around the hind legs. This procedure was highly popular in the early days of rodeo, and is one of many events in today's rodeo that stemmed from the actual duties of the earliest cowboys.
The origins of team roping date back to the 18th century when Spanish caballeros worked on ranches. Cowboys developed this technique when they handled larger animals that one man couldn't handle alone.Team roping also known as heading and heeling is a rodeo event that features a steer (typically a Corriente) and two mounted riders. The first roper is referred to as the "header", the person who ropes the front of the steer, usually around the horns, but it is also legal for the rope to go around the neck, or go around one horn and the nose resulting in what they call a "half head".
Fast Back Ropes was created in 1995 with a single mission in mind – to build the best rope on the market. That will always be our number one goal. We believe it's important to focus on building the best product possible, and treat customers as with the respect they deserve.