Erica from Ohio
I love the colors that are available. I got the tan lead rope and I love it. It isn't too thick and it's the perfect length. Definitely great for every day barn use!
BEth from texas
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
I just wanted to mention to those that say the lead is too short. This should be listed as a "miniature horse", as that is the size the miniature horse folks use. Hope this helps someone, not suited really for big horses - it is too small for them
sherL33 from MI
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Was shocked how small the lead was when i received it. Not like the last one i ordered, that one was very nice size. This one is more like dog leash size.
Maggie from Illinois
4 out of 4 found this review helpful
I ordered this lead rope over the summer, with another more expensive lead rope, as a backup. Its quality surprised me. I was expecting a just "okay" lead rope, but it was actually well made. I am not really a fan of twisted cotton lead ropes because after a year or two they fray and come undone, but this one has held up so far. I am not sure how strong the the snap and the rope actually are because my horses don't pull at all when I lead them. The only other thing about this lead is it is fairly short and thin compared to other leads. Overall, this is a good lead for light use or smaller horses/ponies/minis that don't pull at all. It is a good lead for the price, but I would spend a few more dollars and get a nicer lead. I bought the "Weaver Multi-Color Poly Lead Rope w/Bolt Snap" and I love it. I would recommend that lead for any horse owner, but I do not recommend this lead except for light use or smaller horses/ponies/minis that don't pull at all.
Madysen from horseville
13 out of 13 found this review helpful
once i got it i was amazed , i would recommend this to anyone. AWESOME LEAD!
Jen from Bakersfield,CA
4 out of 6 found this review helpful
The therapeutic riding center I volunteer and have worked at use these as their bridle lead ropes (great for volunteers learning to lead, not alot of extra rope to trip over and great for the more advanced kids who lead their horses back to the barn). Yes, they can snap when set back on and there are some that aren't as well finished. But before using them on each of the bridles we tighten the knots at the end of the lead rope so it's nice a super tight and check the clamps and make sure they're nice and tight. there are leadropes that has been used for over 4 years without any problems and others that have lasted even longer. great for horses that tie well and it's held together on the occasion that one of the horses spooked. no problems whatsoever with these lead ropes aside from breaking from the occasional setback.
Someone from Somewhere, USA!
7 out of 8 found this review helpful
When I ordered this I was expecting something slightly better... it's thin, super light and can break easily. If you have your horse tied and they spook, or if your horse backs up too quickly, you'll be kissing this lead rope good-bye! Personally I use mine as a set of reins for my mare (ordered 2 black and grey). They work excellent for someone who has a well trained horse! Haha... Overall, I wouldn't recommend the product as horses are very unpredictable animals and you need something you can rely on. This, you can't! Plain and simple. But then again I'm not the safest person in the world either, so these are a nice fit for me.
Kelsie from Danbury, CT
5 out of 8 found this review helpful
I had just gotten this today. And it wasn't what I expected. I had ordered the bull-snap lead rope for $5.99 and I loved it! But I liked this snap better so I ordered it and it's not a good quality it's short and flimsy and it's started to fall aprat like they were curling and it's taped at the end. Wouldn't recommend it. I recommend the bull-snap for $5.99 spend the extra dollar.
Linda from Elk River, MN
8 out of 8 found this review helpful
This little lead rope is great for quick use. Great for kids handling horses because it's small in diameter and can fit in their hands easily. Unlike many of the larger, bulkier ones. It's also light weight for me. I don't like leading horses out to a pasture with a bid bulky lead, coiled up in my hands that falls all over the place. Almost tripping me. I want to focus on getting my horses in and out of their pastures. Not trying to prevent myself from tripping over a bulky lead. It's great for everyday farm use.
8 out of 10 found this review helpful
I bought this lead thinking that I was getting a nice cotton lead for a fairly good price, but it is not a good lead. the snap is very flimsy and not good quality. the rope is taped on the end with masking tape, and it easily comes unravled. the first time I used it my horse had unravled the whole thing,and he is not rough on leads at all!! I would not recommend this lead.
HAcres from MS
8 out of 13 found this review helpful
This is a great cotton lead rope for use with miniature horses. Don't think it would be good with big horses.
Shannon from Calhoun,GA
14 out of 17 found this review helpful
I got the grey(silver) and black lead just last week. It was really pretty, though a little bit shorter than I had realized. Well, my husband took it to retrieve my horse from the pasture and came back with a broken lead! He said it just broke, with no barely any resistance from my horse. The rope fell right out of the clasp!
Denver from Swarthmore, PA
26 out of 28 found this review helpful
I just got this leadrope TODAY and it broke when my horse backed up and just barely pulled on it!!
Hannah from Jupiter Farms, FL
10 out of 13 found this review helpful
This product is gret! I bought the blue and white one and it has last me more then two years and it still looks like new! Also if you pick the right color it goes perfect with your horse! My horse Jayda has pulled back on it a few times and it stayed together! You get your moneys worth.
Sheridan from Charlotte,NC
31 out of 43 found this review helpful
This rope is soft and durable. the end frays a little but that is natural. The colors are cute and i have gotten lots of complements. 6 feet feels short though, if you want to do ground work with a lead rope, i recommend a 10 foot or longer lead.
Janine from Seattle, WA
34 out of 63 found this review helpful
Initially, I like the lead soft and bright, I thought it would work well. Not a safe lead...my horse pulled back briefly while tied and the snap, applied to hold the buckle on, broke instantly. It was the first time Id used the lead, and my horse doesnt normally pull back. The snap snap clip isnt actually attachec to the lead, so its not a safe feature. For the price, you get what you pay.
Natalie from Lake St. Louis, MO
40 out of 75 found this review helpful
I love the lead. It is soft ang works great!
Lena Franzen from Bakersfield,CA
37 out of 73 found this review helpful
This lead is great for leadlining horses with young inexperienced riders. Im a NARHA certified instructor and we use these in our lessons.These leads are short enough that our leaders dont have to grapple with long lead ropes and that makes it much safer that a 9ft or 10ft one.
Julie from Maryland
51 out of 86 found this review helpful
This is solid rope, with a slightly bigger snap than comparable ropes. Comes with a knot on the end that is removeable. Great leadrope for the price. Weve had 100s of cotton ropes over the years and they are too soft to last! This ones a bargain and great for big barns that need lots of ropes!
44 out of 80 found this review helpful