Safe T Tie

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Product Summary:

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Whenever you tie your horse, it is great to feel comfortable in the knowledge that doing so will not reinforce a bad habit or cause the potential for an accident that could lead to severe injury or even death. An alternative to solid tying or using a temporary solution such as baling twine to tie up a horse, SafetyTie eliminates horse-tying problems. When horse tethering with a lead rope, simply attach Safe-T-Tie to the lead and you're all set.


Find a solid post, wall, partition, or other object that is firmly anchored, which will not break away before the horse safety release does. With horse tie knots, you must constantly watch the horse to ensure he does not panic and injure himself; Safe-T-Tie will release when placed under sudden, severe pressure. Tie horse at back level, short enough so that he cannot become entangled. Acts as a breakaway clip.


Product Features:

·         Eliminates horse tying problems

·         Attach to a firmly anchored object

·         5 loop settings

·         Will release under sudden, severe pressure

·         Also great for hanging equipment or feed bags

·         Do NOT tie horse to anything that moves
Item Specifications:
2 Pack 

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I have a new horse which pulls back all the time. I got sick of him breaking halters. This works great. He can pull a little without snapping it but if he panics, no one gets hurt.
JONATHAN K on Jul 9, 2015