Kensington Clinician Training Lead

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Closeout Special Value While Supplies Last Sizes 10ft all colors and Color Hunter Green 15ft & 25ft.
Great for everyday use or during groundwork training secessions, this 5/8” nylon training line comes with a heavy duty snap and leather popper.
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Carol S on Apr 25, 2015
The length, the lunge line ropes are so long, that I end up having a pile at my feet. I'm 5'2", have small hands and wanted something a lil shorter for a quick, easy lunge when a horse is being fresh/ excitable without the hassle of 25"
Candi B on May 17, 2014
Recommended by my clinician as a good quality training rope: heavy enough, strong enough, pliable enough to handle well for Natural Horsemanship.
Elizabeth S on Sep 2, 2014
Very happy with this lead line. No they're not as nice as the real $50-$80 ones which I have had the pleasure of using, they tangle a little easier and don't have as much "feel",but for the price, great buy. I ordered two 25ft ones, cut the one to make a 10ft lead rope and a 15' training line which I really like for in hand training. The snap is odd, could take it or leave it. I prefer the traditional bolt snap best.
Natasha S on May 4, 2014
can you easily take off the snap and replace it?
Hannah O on Jun 30, 2015
Best Answer: The lead is looped through the snap and the snap can be removed/exchanged by pulling the lead back through it. Might need a pair of vice grips to make it easier.
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