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Master Training with the Rope Halter - with Melanie Watson - Horse Training Videos, DVDs, & Expert Interviews | EasyHorseTraining.com

This course is the ENTIRE online copy of Melanie’s ‘Rope Halter’ DVD. Watch this 10 minute ‘Introduction’ to what you’ll learn in the course below…

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Here are the chapters of the ‘online’ version of this DVD:

Understand the basic techniques behind using the rope halter. Learn the natural approach most horse trainers used with all the horses they come across with.
Playtime: 5m01s

The basic reasoning behind any natural technique is the fact that you establish yourself as the head of the herd. Dominance over equines can be achieved via positive reinforcement. Learn how to help the horse decide by applying the right pressure.
Playtime: 21m27s

Like people, horses have different personalities and temperaments. Know when to use a longer rope to sensitize and stimulate the equine for better training.
Playtime: 13m52s

Apply advance techniques and methods. Fine-tuning your equine control by trying to make your horse move one step at a time.
Playtime: 5m26s

This video will teach you the natural techniques of riding the horse in a halter. Riding with safety is paramount as you train your horse to respond on pressure.
Playtime: 4m52s

As a horse trainer, you would want to see progress from your efforts. Here's how to assess the results of your Rope Halter Training.
Playtime: 5m51s

The Balance Rein acts like a second rein except that it lies around the base of the horse’s neck instead of coming from the bridle. It encourages the horse develop a posture that will be more functional and comfortable.
Playtime: 9m32s

The thing that you want to achieve with your horse can sometimes take ages not just a couple of sessions. Be patient and work things with your horse. Don't do aimless exercises and make sure that you communicate effectively with your equine.
Playtime: 2m47s

Leave A Reply (2 comments so far)

  1. I would use a rope halter but in some cases you must know how to tie it corcertly so you won’t injure your horse if she pulls HARD. Rope halters are the best for lunging, i feel, because your horse won’t pull so much. A horse could lean on a nylon halter all day, it feels like a pillow on their head.. in theory(; I rope halter puts pressure points on the sensitive parts of the face, and causes the horse slight discomfort if they pull or lean.. rope halters SHOULD NOT be left on a horse who is unattended under any circumstances. They can tighten around your horses face or get hung up on something, and kill your horse by hanging them or cause a very serious injury. Hope I cleared that up(:

    • admin

      Thanks for this info! It’s certainly going to be a help for those who aren’t as familiar with what types of halters provide the most comfort and safety for their horses. :-)