Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
We have rope halters that already have leadropes tied to them, and since we do lots of trail riding and never know if something is going to happen and a horse needs to be ponied, or tied, or whatever, we usually leave our rope halters on underneath. They're soft yacht rope and have no extra knots. I've yet to EVER make sores or rubbing marks on the horse. To me it is good insurance, and oddly enough there have been a few times when I've found loose horses and used my horse's halter to catch them. hahaha. Another time someone's bridle broke, and I let them ride with my rope halter, since we were 3 miles out from the barn. Not sure what we would have done otherwise!
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