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Blocker Tie Ring II Stainless Steel

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Blocker Tie Ring II Stainless Steel

$43.95

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Product Summary:

Blocker Tie Ring II Stainless Steel
 
The Blocker Tie Ring has changed the way people tie their horses. It provides a safe, humane way to tie your horse. Designed to be a support system rather than a restraint system, the Tie Ring allows 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 Tie Ring II on hitch rails. The stays on either side of the tongue prevent the tongue 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. 
 
Product Features: 
  • 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
  • Mag-Loc holds tongue in place
  • Great for teaching a young horse to tie


Item Number Model Number UPC
E010195 10-0341 635901002213

Product Reviews by Customers

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Love the new design!
I replaced my original Blocker ties with these and added one to my horse trailer as well. So much easier with the magnet and love the fact it's stainless steel and of course includes all the hardware. My only complaint is the difficulty removing from the plastic package:)
June 11, 2017
Useful, I have seen these work many times and maybe advert some damage to a conventional tie system and even a traumatic event for a horse that may pull back. My farrier uses this and I will too.
November 25, 2016
A "MUST HAVE" !
Wonderful invention. Great for anyone who needs to tie up a horse. It's very quick and easy !
October 4, 2016
LOVE THIS TIE RING
I absolutely love this tie ring!! I initially bought two at an equestrian event then, after using them for a couple of months, bought two more. I use them in my horse trailer to tie, on my hitching post, and a couple of areas around the barn. It's wonderful that they are portable because I've made good use of them at various places that I've taken my horses.I have a horse that hadn't been trailered in awhile and he panicked, for a moment, after stepping onto the trailer (I had already fed the lead rope through the tie ring) but as soon as he realized that he wasn't trapped, he relaxed and walked onto the trailer.I would recommed this tie ring over and over!
December 4, 2015
Ever have a horse pull back and break a clip? Halter? Hitching rail?The price of the blocker ring is a lot less than the time, effort and price necessary to replace broken hitching rails or fence.
July 4, 2015
Bought 6 tie blockers
I have one in every stall and 2 on wall outside of stall to put horse on . Love that you can take it with you!!
December 4, 2014
project horse
Just purchased a project horse with pull-back issues. This item really works. It's helping me at the hitching area and when he "nuts-up" to pull-back I have time to grab the end of the line before he gets away. Then I can use my great horse whisper skills to whoa, breath and calm him once again. Highly recommend.
July 22, 2014
The BEST way to tie a horse
I have used Blocker Tie rings for several years. You can loop the lead rope through an extra wrap if you need to be sure they don't pull out too much lead. It is worth the extra money to get the stainless version. My first one has been hanging on our horse trailer for several years and shows no signs of wear.Clinton Anderson sells theses as Aussie Tie Rings, I got my first one at one of his shows. Mr Blocker was the inventor. Clinton has a video on it's use on his web site.If you have a horse that pulls on the lead and panics this is the way to teach them to stand tied. They can pull back and will stop pulling just because they know they can move. It stops the panic that comes with being hard tied.
March 28, 2014
Safety
Purchased this for my long yearling who has gotten into this habit of pulling back when tied, especially to the trailer. I like the fact it came with a large wood bolt and a clip so it can attach to a pole or a ring on a horse trailer. Reasonably prices, good hefty weight, and fast shipping to Hawaii.
March 8, 2014
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Need to replace the one my horse destroyed
LINDA M on Feb 5, 2018
recommended
Lisa B on Jun 22, 2017
Need to replace the one my horse destroyed
LINDA M on Feb 5, 2018
I have a horse that pulls back
Robin O on Dec 23, 2017
recommended
Lisa B on Jun 22, 2017
I love this, use it all the time. Works really well and I feel safe using this tying my horse.
Amy P on Jun 16, 2017
I love these. I have them throughout the barn and in my trailers
TRACEY E on Jan 13, 2017
I have a stupid horse that pulls back.
mary f on Sep 3, 2016
My trainer uses these. Have a new barn and would like to use instead of hitching post.
LAURA P on Apr 18, 2016
My friend used and it worked great
KIM M on Aug 24, 2015
have heard nothing but good things about these. thought I would try it on my mare.
Mitzi B on Jun 9, 2015
Great for training and safety >
LACEY C on Jan 21, 2015
It looks to be the same as the Clinton Anderson tie ring for about half the price.
Linda L on Aug 3, 2014
My horse has a tendency to pull back. I have heard that these are effective means of controlling the panic that occurs when this happens. I thought I would give it a try.
MELANIE C on Apr 29, 2014
We use one on the side of our horse trailer and need a second for the other side so we can tie both horses on either side. It's best way to leave a horse tied, they will not pull away once they realize they can move and are not hard tied. Much safer for all.
Barbara U on Mar 6, 2014
I like the concept. I already have two for the barn and wanted another for horse trailer.
JOYCE H on Feb 16, 2014
I have a horse that pulls back
Robin O on Dec 23, 2017
I love this, use it all the time. Works really well and I feel safe using this tying my horse.
Amy P on Jun 16, 2017
Is there a certain diameter of lead rope you need to use? If your rope is too thick will it not work properly?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This is a pricey item and I never considered the diameter of my lead rope when I purchased two in despiration. That said, any lead rope I've used, (even the thick old stiff ones) work great. My new project horse is an Arab rescue gelding with pull back issues. This has been a good investment (trailer and barn hitching). Hope this helps.