Tying horses

Quick Release Knot For Tying

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There are two things to remember when tying up a horse:

1) Always tie a horse to a solid, immovable object bigger than the horse.

2) Never pass the rope through anything fixed to the structure you tie them to. Instead, fold the rope first and pass that through the object so that your rope falls away when you pull the end to release the horse quickly. See the video.

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