Mustang Poly Draw Rein

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Mustang Poly Draw Rein


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Product Summary:

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Mustang Poly Draw Rein
Mustang's poly draw reins are a training aid used to help a horse maintain light contact with the bit. They are to be used with a snaffle bit and while the horse is being ridden. Black poly reins are 1/2" in width and are 16 1/2' long. Finished with brass plated scissor snaps.
  • Training aid
  • For use with a snaffle bit
Item Specifications:
Brass plated hardware

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to aid with training and build back muscles/correct conformation, and bring my green horses into a frame
LEIGH M on Jul 12, 2014
need these and the price sounded great
REBECCA D on May 9, 2014
I don't understand why it has 4 clips. Can someone please explain?
Lauren S on May 23, 2016
Best Answer: These are draw reins, not a regular set of reins. They are used as a training aid to help collect and get the horse on the bit. You clip the end clips to the rings on your cinch (where the latigo would go) and then clip the other clips (where the rope can slide through the clips) to your horses bit and you have the loop of the reins to use (like a roping rein). When you pull on the reins, it puts a lot of pressure on the bit and pulls the horse's head down. They should only be used on a horse with a snaffle bit. Hope this makes sense!
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