Tying Rope Halters
For ground work/training, I use rope halters. I like a halter that has evenly placed, well tied knots. To tell if a halter is made well, look at it from the side; from the throat latch to the nose it should form a square. If you are going to use a rope training halter, learn how to tie it properly. Take the top piece (that comes over the poll) down through the loop and around the loop, not above the loop, with the loose end pointing to the back of the horse (see pictures).
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3/26/2022 05:05:38 pm
Thanks for this! I think part of horse keeping is making sure your equipment like roping ropes, headstalls etc. are of good quality to ensure safety of the rider, as well as the steed. https://ropingsupply.com/store/ropes/ is the only place I go to get the best stuff at!
3/26/2022 05:11:44 pm
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