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Double Diamond Rope Halter -Double Diamond Halter Co -Rope Halters-Mule Halter-Horse Halter

Double Diamond Rope Halter -Double Diamond Halter Co -Rope Halters-Mule Halter-Horse Halter

4 Knot Rope Halter, Custom Horse Halter, Hand Tied Rope Halter

Custom 4 Knot Rope Halter Custom Horse by CounterCanterDesigns - simple rope halter with clip lead design

How to connect a Horse lead rope to Rope Halter-Reins - Rick Gore Horsemanship

How to connect a Horse lead rope to Rope Halter-Reins - Rick Gore Horsem.

The difference between a hackamore and a rope halter ( or sidepull ) - YouTube

In this video, Warwick explains the difference between a hackamore and a rope halter (or Sidepull) and also the difference between a hackamore and a bosal.

Custom Cobra Rope Halter with Premium 14ft by EquineEssentials2014

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bitless bridle - Dr. Cooks "Cross Under" style.   This bridle mimics poll pressure (like a snaffle bit) while providing some side-pull action with nose pressure.

Cook's cross under style side pull bridle (bitless!) This is the way I want to ride - bitless side pull, for either direct turning or can be used for neck reining.

Riding Exercise #9: Collected Lead Departures  Goal: To be able to collect the horse, push his hip up and elevate his shoulders in order to shape him for a lead departure. Then, when you kiss to the horse, he should step into the correct lead, remaining light and soft in your hands without raising his head and neck. You should be able to do this both bridled up and on a loose rein.  Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

Riding Exercise #9: Collected Lead Departures Goal: To be able to collect the horse, push his hip up and elevate his shoulders in order to shape him for a lead departure. Then, when you kiss to the horse, he should step into the correct lead, remaining light and soft in your hands without raising his head and neck. You should be able to do this both bridled up and on a loose rein. Learn more https://www.downunderhorsemanship.com/Store/Product/MEDIA/D/254/

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