How to Make a Rope Halter for a Yearling Colt?

Answer Colts are young male horses, and can be strong and boisterous. A yearling colt is at an age where he may be learning to push his boundaries, and could be hard to handle. As a handler, you may con... Read More »

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How to Make an Adjustable Rope Halter?

A rope halter is good to have around for cattle, sheep and goats, and it's an absolute necessity around the farm and ranch. It's much cheaper to make an adjustable halter than to go and buy a horse... Read More »

How to Make a Rope Halter Bridle?

A rope bridle is one way to train your horse as a more gentle alternative to a metal bit. The pressure created by the reins on either side of the nose band will act as the bit does in a normal brid... Read More »

How to Make a Rope Halter for a Mini Horse?

Making a rope halter for a mini horse will be a bit tricky on the first attempt. However, once you get the hang of it you should be able to put together the halter in less than half an hour. Rope h... Read More »

How to Tie a Rope Halter?

Rope halters are a nice alternative to nylon halters, because they are easy to fix and much more lightweight. There is a downside, however, in that if you do not secure it correctly, the horse will... Read More »