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I am grateful to the following people and organizations for allowing me to use their illustrations in this book: Madge Reid of Ace Reid Enterprises, Kerrville, Texas; Sonja Clayton, Abilene, Texas; Kris Erickson, Perryton, Texas; the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Foundation in Fort Worth; and the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas. I want to thank Fran Vick, Charlotte Wright, and the other folks at the University of North Texas Press for publishing this book and working with me to improve it.
In 1805 Lewis and Clark noted that the Shoshones, Nez Perce, and Flatheads were expert at roping running horses. But none of these accounts is very helpful since they don't provide the reader with details that might explain where the Indians learned to rope or how long they had known about it. These references are typical of most of what has been written about old-time roping: short on details, long on questions. We might surmise that the Comanches picked up a few roping skills through their contact with the Mexican vaqueros.
A horse accustomed to dally roping is trained to follow a cow in this situation, but one that has been tied solid all his life backs up and braces himself for a jerk. When the cow is running forward and the horse is moving backwards, the dally man is in the terrible position of trying to wrap a sizzling hot rope around the saddle horn. At best, he'll lose some skin off his hand. At worst, he'll be dis-roped. In either case, a good dally man can lose his rope and his reputation through no fault of his own, simply because he and the horse were operating under different rules.
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