Basic Cowboy Braided Lead Rope

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Cowboy Braided 5/8In x 10Ft Lead Rope
Brass plated bolt snap with popper.

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TINA L on Jun 28, 2015
The clasp looked easy to use.
Diane T on Feb 15, 2015
I choose the Basic Cowboy Braided Lead Rope Black because I had a pink lead rope with a gelding. I am about to go to a horse school in June and it would be kind of funny if someone found out I had a gelding. So I started looking and 1. had the cheapest price I could find 2. I like the leather piece on the end!!!
Taylor H on May 30, 2015
For the loop attachment
Brenda L on Dec 8, 2014
What is the rope made of?
Guitarrista on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Robert. I have had three of the particular lead rope you have asked about. They are very durable and tough. Not entirely sure what they are made out of but the middle is the normal elastic material a lead would be made out of but like I said these are rough and durable! They are then rapped with a para cord/nylon lining. They don't stretch or give to tons of pull force easily if a horse pulls on them. I have a roughly 1200 pound Paint mare who will pull back when spooked if she's tied. She won't stop pulling until she's broken her tie either. With the switch to these ropes she has never broken one yet! The only one I have ever broken was a similar brand to this but it was rubbed on metal trying to get a horse who was fighting into the trailer and after two hours on and off of rubbing metal and being pulled on it finally broke. I've had one horse I traded who left with my original rope and then I purchased a second horse so I ordered two more of these ropes. Don't let the price fool you they are an excellent rope!
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How is the snap held on the lead?
A shopper on May 17, 2015
Best Answer: The snap clip is held on by the rope being fed through it and then looped so it is wrapped around it. Very sturdy and holds up excellently! Only lead rope I have ever found that will hold up to my 1300 pound horse when she pulls back.
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