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Pass rope around the post/rail; cross free end under the standing part (portion of rope connected to the horse's halter). 2. Form a loop, going over and then behind the standing rope. 3. Make a second loop in free end, keeping it near first loop, and pass it over standing rope & through first loop. 4. Set or snug the knot by pulling on both standing rope &  second loop. To untie, simply pull on the tail end of the rope.

Pass rope around the post/rail; cross free end under the standing part (portion of rope connected to the horse's halter). 2. Form a loop, going over and then behind the standing rope. 3. Make a second loop in free end, keeping it near first loop, and pass it over standing rope & through first loop. 4. Set or snug the knot by pulling on both standing rope & second loop. To untie, simply pull on the tail end of the rope.

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Custom Side Pull Rope Halter

Customize your tack with custom braided side pull rope halters for your horse!High quality rope halters in black hand braided with USA made military-grade

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Rope Drawer Handle, Cabinet Knob: Copper Pipe Tee End, SKU2201

Copper Rope Knobs T ends Drawer knobs Cabinet by CKandNateCreate

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Here is an excellent little tip by Intense Angler  to show you how to use a pull tab as a guy-line tensioner. This comes in handy for setting up and adjusting your tents, tarps  and other shelter systems, and best of all its FREE! So check out the video below to see how its used … Continue reading »

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Horse Rope Bitless Bridle Attachment - Indian Bosal or Side Pull Style

I love these! Horse Rope Bitless Bridle Attachment Indian Bosal by KnotJustRope, $15.00

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Horse Side Pull Rope Hackamore Bridle Attachment for Bitless Riding

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