Mustang Braided Lead Rope

Eligible for free e-certification with purchase
Mustang Braided Lead Rope


Buy 2 or more, each at $14.89
Buy 3 or more, each at $14.57
Buy 6 or more, each at $14.25

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

Quantity discount will reflect in cart.

Shipping weight = 1.00 lb.


Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Mustang Braided Lead Rope

5/8” x 15 ft. black round braided poly lead rope with core center and brass plated bolt snap end.  Leather popper.
  • Second to none in quality and value
  • Perfect for today's training trends

Product Reviews by Customers

Browse 3 questions and 16 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this? Store
Quality product, good reviews.
J A on Jan 10, 2016
Sean Patrick training method recommends a 12-15ft. lead
justin s on Apr 4, 2015
Like the price, the length, the easy to use snap and the fact there is a leather popper on the end.
KRISTIN A on Nov 22, 2015
Like 15 foot lead ropes. Never know when a horse can act up and the longer length gives more control and can lounge horse with too. Have not received as yet to judge quality.
NANCY P on Feb 11, 2015
What is the weight of this lead rope in comparison to a Clinton Anderson lead rope?
ANGELA P on Mar 9, 2015
Best Answer: Hey Angela,
It's about the same in weight and length. My trainer has the Clinton Anderson, the two side by side look identical and more imporantly feel the same when it comes to using them for training. The only difference is the price. I've been very happy with this lead rope.
Reply · Report · Susan N on Mar 9, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
It looks like the snap can be removed and lead rope attached straight to rope halter. Can this be done?
Breanna R on Apr 21, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, if fact that is what I did with it. It has a loop at the end, where the rope is inserted into itself, and you can loop it through a rope halter.
Reply (1) · Report · Kye H on Apr 25, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)