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Thanks so much for stopping by our website! We're so glad you did! Many people wonder where we get our name. Well, here is a little background:
HOOEY: A rodeo term used during "Tie-down Calf Roping." The final loop by the roper after wrapping three of the calf's legs together. Once the calf has been lassoed from horseback and on the ground, the cowboy jumps from his horse, ties the calf's legs together with a short rope called a "Piggin' String" by two loops and a hooey. The world-record for leaving the chute, roping the calf, jumping from the horse, tying the calf is about six seconds.