Safe-T-Tie is a revolutionary way to safely tie your horse. Portable and reusable, it is a safer alternative to solid tying or using a temporary solution such as baling twine to tie up a horse.
Made in Australia.
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How to Use Safe-T-Tie?
When you tie up a horse with Safe-T-Tie, you still need to find a solid post, wall, partition, or other object that is firmly anchored, which will not break away before the horse safety release does. With horse tie knots, you must constantly watch the horse to ensure he does not panic and injure himself; with Safe-T-Tie, the object is for the tie to give way under a certain amount of pressure.
Equipped with five simple loop settings, Safe-T-Tie is strong and sturdy. Do not tie your horse or pony to anything that moves; be sure to test fence posts and other items that could be weak at the bottom, which could be ripped up out of the ground in the event your horse panics. Whatever level of resistance you choose, Safe-T-Tie will release when placed under sudden, severe pressure. You will still need to tie your horse at back level, short enough so that he cannot become entangled. Using Safe-T-Tie minimizes the risk of injury to your horse as well as to others nearby.