How to Build a Hitching Post?

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To build a really simple hitching post you dig 2 holes in the ground about 16' apart. You can rent a post hole digger to do this. Go to Home Depot and buy 2 posts and cut them to the length you need. A length of 48' would be good. Set at least 8' of the poles into the holes you dug. Set them in place with RediMix Concrete. Nail any type of board or pole across the two poles. This will be where you tie up a horse.
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Pick a safe place and make sure your post ends are rounded off. You will need about three really strong wood beams. Post them very deep.
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The hitching post is a post to which a horse or other animal may be tethered to prevent it from straying, which is the main purpose of using hitching post.
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( hĭch'ĭng ) n. A post to which an animal, especially a horse, is hitched.
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