Hitching Posts & Rings
Horses are commonly tied to a large, sturdy piece of wood (or sometimes metal) called a hitching post (i.e. hitching rail). … If you’re tying the horse to a stand-alone hitching post (e.g. along the side of a barn), your horse will likely have good visibility.
The recommended height for hitch rails is 42 inches (1,067 millimeters). This height is good for both riders and stock when lead ropes are tied properly. To avoid injuries, round the corners of hitch rails (figures 10–44 and 10–45).
If you tie a horse too low, it may be able to get a leg over the rope and become seriously injured, especially in a confined space like a trailer. For safety, always tie a horse at wither-height or higher. Horses should be tied with enough length to hold their heads naturally, but not move around too much.
Tie the Horse to a Fence
With one end of the lead tied around the horse’s neck and the other end of the lead in your hand, position your pointer on one of the fence posts. The game control to tie the lead to the fence depends on the version of Minecraft: For Java Edition (PC/Mac), right click on the fence.
The impossible knot isn’t its technical name; it’s actually a nickname for the double fisherman’s knot. And it got this name not because it’s impossible to tie — it’s actually quite easy — but because it’s nearly impossible to untie. The double fisherman is a knot used to tie two ends of a rope or cord together.