Circle Y Trail Rein

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Product Summary:

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This single rein features snap on each end with buckle length adjustment and leather poppers. Inventive design incorporates a watering string, laced through center of rein to allow you to hold rein while horse drops head to drink. 9' x 5/8".  Chrome hardware.
 

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well made
Mark C on Dec 18, 2014
They matched my headstall in color they also look cool
Virginia D on Mar 12, 2014
I have another set in a different color . I like these reins for trail riding . The horse can drink out of a stream and you have plenty of length to hold on to .Also Circle Y always has good quality and soft leather .
Sue W on Oct 13, 2014
are this like a Romal style rein ?
paula h on Jul 25, 2014
Best Answer: No, a Romal has a 16in-20in strap at the apex of the rein that the rider holds in the off hand. This rein is longer than a standard rein (and is adjustable). The strap on the end (as shown) is to grab onto to allow the horse to drink water while on the trail. I really like the one I bought. It's the same color as my Tucker saddle/bridle and is made from nice leather.
Reply · Report · Carissa H on Jul 25, 2014
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Can the snaps be removed from the rein? I don't like a snap on the bit.
SUSAN R on May 25, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, the snap is attached to the reins with a standard loop buckle. Removal would be very simple and the reins could then be easily secured directly to the bit. These reins are great quality leather and not overly stiff right out of the package. I would definitely buy again.
Reply · Report · Jeff T on May 25, 2015
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