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Chrome Plated Blocker Tie Ring II
The Blocker Tie Ring has changed the way people tie their horses. It provides a safe, humane way to tie your horse, as it's designed to be a support system rather than a restraint system.
Blocker Tie Rings allow a horse to pull slack in the lead rope when he panics or falls. This releases pressure and the source of pain or panic which dramatically reduces the threat of pain or injury to you and your horse. The Mag-Loc feature holds the tongue in place, making the tie ring more stable so it can be mounted at any height needed.
In addition to cross ties, single ties, grooming and tack areas, trailers, high lines and picket lines, you can also mount the Blocker Tie Ring II on hitch rails. The stays on either side of the tongue prevent it from sliding around the ring so your horse can safely pull slack from any angle. The quick snap makes the Tie Ring II even easier to move from location to location.
Includes quick snap, shackle, eyebolt and instruction booklet.
Mounts on hitch rails
Mounts at any height with the Mag-Loc Feature
Designed to be a support system
Humane way to tie your horse
Incredibly safe Item Specifications:
Mag-Loc holds tongue in place
Great for teaching a young horse to tie
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Why did you choose this?
DOES THIS HAVE MAG LOCK?
Best Answer: Yes. Mag-lock holds the tongue in place and makes it easy to initially get your tie/lead rope set.
What is this made of?? Stainless steal or Chrome plated? I have one that is stainless steal heavy duty. I have a rescue horse that doesn't like to be tied and have tried a friends and he was a lot better.
Best Answer: I had bought one, and it's chrome-plated, which is a less expensive option. It worked fine when a friend borrowed it to teach her Warmblood weanling to tie. I've used it to tie my own horses, although they were already broke to tie. I just liked it for the fact that it's safer if a horse spooks and pulls back - it's less restrictive. I don't have it outside, so I think the chrome-plated will be just fine. I've it nearly 2 yrs now. Hope this helps.