a quick release know is one that if you tie your horse up , if he/she gets freaked out and start to panic, they cant pull the know loose (its impossible) but if you grab the other end, you can pull it loose almost immediate, with out actually untying anything. its a split second knot! as for how to make one, go on Google and google images
There are many quick release knots, there is no other name for them. The simplest is a half hitch. A cow hitch or lark's head is quick release, and a slip knot can be released and spilled quickly.
yes it is a very loose knot as if you pull the short piece of single rope it will come undone
Tie a Quick Release Knot. for HOWRSE; its Tie a loose knot that will give if he spooks or runs
With a quick release knot that you can undo by pulling on one end.
I've seen several knots that can be called a quick release. One is you tie a clove hitch but instead of passing the end of the rope under in the last step you double the rope and pass a loop through it. I have also seen people refer to the chain knot as a quick release. In that one you tie a slip known and then keep passing loops of rope through the slip loop. If you wan the knot to quick release you put a stick in the final loop then just pull the stick and go. I think the knot shown in the related link video is probably what you mean.
tie a quick release knot that can be immediately undone in event of an emergency.
You use a quick release knot. It's hard to tell how too.
The best knot to use is the Quick Release Knot, it is safe and easy. Go to http://horses.about.com/od/basiccare/ss/quickrelease.htm for step by step instructions
A quick release knot, so that if anything goes wrong, you can just pull on one end to undo it
Use the quick-release knot. It's perfect for keeping your horse in spot and it's easy to untie in an emergency.
The most secure knot to use when tying up a horse is called the Quick Release Knot. It is very simple, and one of the easiest to learn. It is handy in the way that you can simply grab the end of the rope and pull, and the knot in the rope will release immediantly. For info on how to tie this knot, try here: http://www.newrider.com/Starting_Out/Getting_Ready/quick_release_knot.html
A safety/quick release knot is usually the best type to use but several other ones can be used that are just as good.
if you tie a horse up you should always tie a quick release knot never leave a horse unattended when he is tied up
The knot should be tight so the horse can't pull it loose, but make sure the knot is a quick release knot and never leave a tied horse alone, because if he were to panic and no one was there to release him, he could break a halter/lead rope, which would teach him bad habits, or even worse, he could hurt himself.
actually rather quickly, as his knot swells to keep himself inside the female. as he pounds deep that is the trigger for the knot to swell
NEVER tie a tight knot when tying a horse. Horses get tangled in their lead ropes often when tied. Many, (if not most) horses will panic. When horses panic, they quickly and easily do great harm to themselves. If the rope is too long, horses will get it caught around their legs or fetlocks and can very quickly get a horrible and painful rope burn that requires daily cleaning and medication and a lot of time to heal. They can easily strangle or hang themselves and die. In fact, many have. That's why you should always tie what is called a quick release knot. Some call it a safety knot, meaning you can very quickly untie the knot if the horse gets into trouble. Trying to explain it here in words is almost impossible. It would be better if you could get someone to show you how to tie a quick release. OR - There are many good diagrams on Google images. Copy and paste this into your browsers address bar: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&q=horse+quick+release+knot+diagram&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&resnum=1&ct=title **Further down this page is a direct link to the Google search for images of how to tie a quick release knot**
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I tie an overhand knot then give a quick jerk
a quick release not is when you pull the end of the rope and it 'quick releases' itself
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