This is a take-off on Cherie's thread Should horses be trained to tie 'solidly'?
In that thread the options were
"Yes. I think every horse should be trained to tie solidly as a part of becomming a 'trained horse'."
"No. I do not think it is necessary for a horse to be trained to tie solidly."
"Somethimes. I would like horses to tie solidly, but if a horse is going to fight it, I don't make a big deal out of it."
But I don't think there are many people in the world who would say they don't care whether their horse will stand when tied or not. I think most everyone wants a horse that will stand politely and not pull back/break away. So I don't think many people would ever consider not having their horse trained to tie.
The question though is "Solidly", do you want a horse to tie to a solid object or to something that can break away or "ground tie".
I'm curious to know people's reasons why they choose each and I'm also curious on how they reached that goal. So post up your opinions and experiences, but the same rules apply as with Cherie's thread:
"Please, PLEASE respect others that disagree with your point of view on this. They are NOT 'stupid' or 'incompetent' because they have a different opinion. I just want to hear YOUR opinion and why."