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Blocker Tie Ring II


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Blocker Tie Ring II


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Product Summary:

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.
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
Item Specifications: 
  • Mag-Loc holds tongue in place
  • Great for teaching a young horse to tie
Item Number Model Number UPC
E010196 10-0340 635901002190

Product Reviews by Customers

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Excellent and safe.
This is a well made and safe way to secure your horses.
September 20, 2018
1 month ago
I use this Blocker Tie Ring since many years. If a horse is rearing back, what happened with two of my horses, it teaches them not to do it, because the rope can slide trough the ring. It works perfectly and I only can recommend it.
September 3, 2018
2 months ago
Love it
Would never put my horse on a high line with out it! Second on for my second horse. First horse got his leg over the rope standing up from sleeping. Good news is no injuries or even rope burn with the blocker!!!!!!
June 14, 2018
4 months ago
5 / 5
Perfect for the trailer.
May 17, 2018
1 year ago
One of my favorite tools as a trainer. I dont tie without them. Great price too.
December 14, 2017
1 year ago
A must have if you ever tie your horse.
Awesome for tying any horse, big or small and not have to worry about injury or property destruction. I want another one, handy to have in trailer too!
December 8, 2017
11 months ago
Blocker Tie Ring
My mare had started popping lead ropes - sometimes falling over backwards. I started tying her with the Blocker Tie Ring and she hasn't broken a lead rope since. Makes her safer
September 21, 2017
1 year ago
every barn or trailer should have one
Great to have in the barn or on the trailer. Safety first
May 27, 2017
Safest Way to Tie a Horse
The blocker tie ring is the safest way to tie your horse because it allows your horse to move if its gets frightened. It can also be used to teach your horse not to pull back, by tying horse on easiest level then waving arms to show horse that he is not tied hard. Also blocker tie ring should be used for cross ties.
May 4, 2017
This product is great!
Very durable, easy to install and easy and safe to use for your horses. I ordered 2. Then ordered another one!
December 17, 2016
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A friend recommended for trailering.
Holly W on Jan 7, 2018
after view an advertisement, I thought id try this item
roy r on Aug 11, 2016
A friend recommended for trailering.
Holly W on Jan 7, 2018
my 2nd one! it really works if you use it right. gives me peace of mind when ting horses, especially ones in training that I don't know if they tie or not
KACI C on Sep 24, 2016
after view an advertisement, I thought id try this item
roy r on Aug 11, 2016
Makes tying not so scary.
GERALYN F on Feb 2, 2016
Recommended by a trainer
CINDY D on Jul 18, 2015
I have an old fashioned style hitching rail and I am tired of wrapping the lead rope around it multiple times in attempt to keep the knot from getting slack and coming untied. My horses don't have pull-back issues but I think this will be a much quicker and easier tie method in all applications; whether I'm using it on the hitching rail, horse trailer, etc.
Ashley K on Feb 2, 2015
I have seen this item on Clinton Anderson's TV show, and have wanted one ever since. He is my favorite clinician and I feel that if he's happy with a certain product, and has demonstrated its use well, then I'd like to have that product to use with my own horses. I believe I'll be very happy using this item to tie my horses.
Jessica S on Jul 28, 2014
So safe and such a time saver I will never tie another knot
SUSE R on Jun 29, 2014
I have a horse who pulls back, and a friend of mine recommended I buy one of these.
LEIGH R on May 27, 2014
I needed it
Rolf M on May 18, 2014
Need something sturdy to teach my mule to stand tied, but without risking injury or panic
Rhonda S on Mar 31, 2014
My horse used to pull back and break her halter. Now she stays calm as this lets her have just enough give to relax, but is still securely tied.
KATHY F on Mar 28, 2014
very effective controlling jittery horse.
James S on Mar 26, 2014
needed one - wanted to try this
Sharon H on Feb 15, 2014
my 2nd one! it really works if you use it right. gives me peace of mind when ting horses, especially ones in training that I don't know if they tie or not
KACI C on Sep 24, 2016
Makes tying not so scary.
GERALYN F on Feb 2, 2016
Do I need two to mount for a cross tie set up in a barn?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: yes! I have multiple block tie rings. I use them in the barn, outside rail, trailer and the wash rack. They are not that convenient to move around, but definitely a plus in safe tying. Every time I ordered something, I added another blocker tie ring until I had enough. They are easy for anyone to use and for safe tying. You definitely need two - one for each side of the aisle. Good luck!
A shopper on Dec 16, 2014
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.
A shopper on Mar 17, 2016
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.