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Re: [RC] Horse getting loose while bridling - Truman Prevatt

If I had a rope alter on a horse I'd just put the bridle on over the halter an leave the halter on. It won't iterfer, why take it off.

Truman ( who has riden plenty of miles with a rope halter on his horse)

rrohwer Rohwer wrote:

I learned a trick at a Brannaman clinic.  Kind of hard to explain but will
try.  If using a rope halter you can put your bridle on over the rope
halter.  Then untie the rope halter.  To get the nose band off, you need to
slip it into the horses mouth then work it around the back of the bit and
bring it back out of the horses mouth.  Then you can slip the halter off.
It is kind of a pain especially if your horse doesn't like you in the mouth.
But they need to learn to let you do these kinds of things anyway.  Just one
more way to keep the halter on while bridling but not have to keep it on
when you ride if you choose not to.

Becky R. - Montana

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