the middle of the lead around the horn in a counterclockwise
downward spiral. The end closest to the leather
popper comes out underneath the other part of the
another loop next to the horn using the remaining
section between the horn and the leather popper.
Coil it in the same direction. Again the end closest
to the leather popper comes out underneath the other
part of the rope.
Place the loop
over the horn and pull to tighten. If the
rope is too long, wrap it around the horn a turn
End Around Horse's Neck: This
is only necessary if you don't have a saddle with
a horn. If I'm riding bareback or in an English saddle
with a mecate rein, I prefer to tuck the middle section
of the end of the rope into my belt, so that it can
come loose easily and there is no chance of getting
it caught on anything.
the rope around the horse's neck forming two coils.
Bring the popper
end of the rope around in front of the part of the lead rope connected directly to the halter.
Loop it around
the coils you made around the neck.
it through the loop you just formed to make a knot.