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Halters on or off?

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    01-19-2009, 08:35 PM
When we are trail riding, I put my rope halter in my saddle bags..My mares do not like both on at the same time.. They scratch and itch and throw their heads til I take the halter off.. But then again sometimes I just ride with my halter lol I have seen several occasion's when a halter and lead rope are needed.. It's funny my brother (who trains horses) and me were on a ride one time and both of us had forgotten the halters (Bad case of I thought he had them and he thought I had them) and his bridle broke on a 3 yr old and he had to finish the ride with his belt being used as reins around his neck.. It was definetly a sight to see.. But he had no problems.. By the time he was finshed working with that fella' you could ride him completely tackless..His owners were very happy.. lol But still I wouldn't want a repeat of that next time the horse may not be as cooperative hehe
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