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Shock Absorbing Cross Tie Black

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Product Summary:

 
Shock Absorbing Cross Tie

This special poly material actually absorbs tension when your horse pulls or panics. Strong braided 5/8" poly rope. The first 2' is the bungee cord section which acts as a "shock absorber" whenever your horse makes sudden movements or reactions.
 
60" length with heavy brass bull snap on one end and a heavy panic snap on the other.
 
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Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black BNH12 BLACK 52-992-2-0 688499117135
Hunter Green BNH12 HUNTR 1076BP360H
Red BNH12 RED 1076BP360R

Product Reviews by Customers

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this is a great product for horse and human safty
I teach my young horses to stand in cross ties for safty and for patience.
May 12, 2015
I have used this product a picket line tie. Rather than a cross tie. It's perfect for what I need. It's the right length do the horse can get his head down to eat and drink nut not excessively long that he gets tangled up in it.
May 2, 2015
Works fine
I had a horse panick and fly backwards, like most do when they panic...The bungey cord broke and there was no sling shot effect...But instead of buying another one, I may just use baling twine to tie to.
April 30, 2012
Dangerous Slingshot Effect
Dangerous Slingshot Effect. I tried to reach a panicking pony quickly. One end released and hit my thumb--I lost feeling down that nerve for 6 months. Never trusted these again! They are solidly built, but the slingshot effect is dangerous for horse & rider.
February 8, 2012
Use it for horse camping on a tie line
My horse is like Houdini - she can get off the tie line while horse camping easily. Finally I got one of these and it works great! It's a perfect length, and she now accepts that she can't just go off and graze whenever she wants to.
October 24, 2011
no way
these are fine until a horse gets in trouble and pulls... if you release at the halter, it sling-shots the snap at the rider. if you release at the wall, it sling-shots at the horse. mine are in the landfill.
October 25, 2010
No Way
These are fine until you get a horse in trouble. When a horse pulls and panics, there is no way to release without endangering either the human or horse: if released from the wall, the tie and snap 'sling shot' at the horse and everything in between. Obviously, it isn't safe to get close enough to release from the halter.
September 3, 2010
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I have a horse that pulls back on the chains I have set up as cross ties. I will be safer for him with the quick release snaps. Just maybe this cross tie will soften the pull so he doesn't panic.
K A on Jan 9, 2015
I have a horse that pulls back on the chains I have set up as cross ties. I will be safer for him with the quick release snaps. Just maybe this cross tie will soften the pull so he doesn't panic.
K A on Jan 9, 2015
Is this bungee used to stop a horse from pulling back?
Irv M on Oct 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We use ours to high tie our horses when camping. They give them a little flexibility to move when tied. If you have a horse with pulling issues I don't know that I would use these as they could trip the quick release and snap into themselves.
Are they 6 foot ?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'd say they're pretty close. I used mine for a 'patience pole' that we put near our round pen. I have an arm that swivels on top of a pole that's about 12 ft high and the tie's hang from both sides of the arm so that they are just below head level for our horses to clip onto their halters.
solid brass snaps or plated?
MARIANNE H on Jan 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe they are solid brass. They are pretty long, I had to tie knots in them to fit in my wash bay. I recommend them for sure.
What is the length of the tie? Would you recommend for a new barn?
anne m on May 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we can not recommend where or how this product is used but we can provide you with the length which is 60" length with heavy brass bull snap on one end and a heavy panic snap on the other.