Have you ever wanted to learn to tie your own rope halter, but never knew how to do it? Are you looking for a way to make extra money, without spending too much? Do you have some old rope lying around and want something to do this afternoon? Here's your chance to learn how to make a rope halter---how to make a basic training halter for horses of any size from yearlings to draft horses---with just a pair of scissors, a tape measurer, some matches and 18-28 feet of rope. Follow actual photographs--not drawings! Sections include: * Why a rope halter? * Anatomy of the horse's face * Parts of the halter * How to fit a rope halter * Training resources * Knot tying guide (step-by-step) * Making your own basic rope halter (step-by-step) * ----includes extra nose knots * Properly tying it on your horse (step-by-step) * Making the lead rope (step-by-step) When you have completed all the steps, you will have your very own rope halter!
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Kari grew up with horses, first riding western with her mother and then switching to dressage and hunters in her teens. She saved her money for 8 years before she was finally able to buy her first horses at the age of 16. Following her high school graduation, Kari's love of horses took her to the University of Minnesota to pursue an Animal Science Bachelor's degree and later to the Ohio State University for a degree in Veterinary Preventive Medicine. Kari and her husband currently reside with their seven horses, five cats, and corgi.
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