Snap-N-Go Side Reins
Not sure how to use these
Purchased these with my lunge line. Since I am new to horses and tack, my trainer told me I need "side reins". There is no instruction and I haven't figured out how to use them yet.
April 3, 2013
Not for a beginner. Durable, but multiple hooks can be confusing.
March 13, 2013
It took my trainer and I a while to figure out the best way to attach and adjust these, but once we worked out a system, they work fine. The swivel snaps do mean that the side reins can twist and the d-rings can end up on the inside. But the variability of adjustment is good, and they are easy to tighten during a lunging session. They have been durable enough for use on my almost 17-hand TB, and he can get quite silly on the lunge line.
March 10, 2013
Will do the job
They are ever so slightly to big, but will do the trick!
September 5, 2012
Just a tiny bit to large!
I have a horrible time trying to find side reins that are short enough to fit my horse. These ones will just have to be close enough as I am sick of trying and returning. I love that they are so quick to put on! They will be duable.
August 13, 2012
First side reins purchase
I'm going to be a riding master student at Meredith Manor and needed to purchase a pair of side reins and I went around looking at the variety of side reins on the market before purchasing these. Others would either be reveiwed as 'too short' or flimsy and these seemed to be a good choice from customer reviews. Having never lunged horses before myself I'm not quite sure how to use them yet, but they're very strong side reins that should work just fine :)
July 11, 2012