June 18, 2012
Learn how to tie your horse safely with AQHA’s Free Report.
Tie your horse’s lead rope too high, and you’re asking for trouble. Tie it too low, and your horse could end up in a big wreck.
Tie an incorrect knot, and you won’t be able to release it in an emergency.
A correctly tied lead rope is extremely important, whether you’re tying your horse in a trailer, to a stall wall, to a picket line or to a fence.
Get AQHA’s FREE report: How to Tie a Lead Rope.
In this valuable report, Dennis Moreland explains the bowline knot, which you can untie easily in an emergency. Dennis shows you step-by-step how to create a bowline knot and how to keep your tied horse safe.
He also points out things to look for in a good lead rope.
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