Home HG Volume 05 HG Issue 17 - Winter 2013 Tying Up Your Mecate To Go For A Ride with Bryan Neubert

Tying Up Your Mecate To Go For A Ride with Bryan Neubert


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 17

How you tie up your mecate might depend on where you are when you throw you saddle on. Bryan demonstrates several different methods to tying up a mecate discussing how the differences in terrain and the job you are doing might determine which you choose.

 The original length of this lesson is 5 minutes 18 seconds

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