Thursday, July 29, 2010

July is unseasonable cool in California, but HOT in the arena

The Camarillo's spend most of their free time training others.  When Jerold and Leo aren't roping themselves they are sharing decades of knowledge with students.  The proof in the puddin' is when students do well.  Recently a number of students excelled in the NCJRA rodeo circuit winning the Clements Buckaroos Rodeo (Clements, CA) July 24th rodeo.  First place in Calf Roping, Steer Stopping, and Breakaway Roping were all credited to students that train under the tutelage of the Camarillos.  This summer has seen a significant elevation in roping quality at the west coast rodeos, in part due to a continued increase in students wanting more training.  There is a daily flow of pros, amatures and kids that move through the roping boxes at the Camarillos in California and Arizona.  Lucky for these same students there are a steady flow of wins and buckles that keep following to those that train hard, train well, and train to win.