Rope halters are great for training! They have pressure points that allow you to communicate with your horse clearly. Unlike standard nylon halters with buckles, these require you to tie them. There are a few different ways, but not all will keep the knot tight. Follow this tutorial for the best one!
Tying a Rope Halter
Clinton Anderson uses rope halters in his training programs. In order for the knot to stay put, he has a specific way he recommends you tie them. This video tutorial will guide you through that progress!
Once you practice a few times, you’ll have no problem tying your halters quickly. This simple method will keep your knots in place and prevent the halter from slipping!
Rope halters offer many benefits, compared to your standard nylon or mule tape options. If you’re on the fence, give one a try!