Henri De Rivel Pro X-Long Flat Laced Rein

$43.95
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Product Summary:

Henri De Rivel Pro X-Long Flat Laced Rein

This Henri De Rivel Pro X-Long Flat Laced Rein is designed to provide some room for stretching, offering a comfortable setup. These extra-long reins are made with quality French leather for optimal strength and improved comfort.

Product Features:

  • Set of extra-long 60" reins 5/8" wide  
  • Made with high quality French leather.
  • The long reins offer some room for stretching.

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My horse has a very long neck and regular reins are to short. I used laced reins for both English and Western riding. They me a give great feel of my horse's mouth.
Tammy E on Apr 18, 2015
Love the quality of Henri De Rivel products and your prices are the most reasonable.
MARY JO G on Sep 13, 2014
My granddaughter wanted it for Christmas!
Denise S on Dec 1, 2014
is each rein 60" long?
Luigina S on Aug 13, 2015
Best Answer: I have not measured them, but I would say yes. The length is good. I have a 12 year old daughter that uses these reins and they are plenty long enough for her and she rides a 16 hand Appendix.
Reply · Report · Herb H on Aug 15, 2015
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Do you have any pictures of the other colors? What color is shown?
Robin M on Dec 1, 2014
Best Answer: if you scroll your mouse over the thumbnail images they will become larger and also will have each color listed with its picture.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 5, 2014
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