The HiTie Trailer Tie System

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The HiTie Trailer Tie System


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Product Summary:

The HiTie™ Trailer Tie System
Developed to provide a comfortable and safe alternative to trailer tying and portable corrals.  Gives the horses free movement and access to an area equivalent of a 13' diameter round pen.  Heavy duty stainless steel high strength fiberglass construction safely secures your horse and stands up to the elements
  • Horses can graze, eat, drink, roll and lie down while being tied
  • 48" L fiberglass arm made of same material used to moor large boats
  • System includes: HiTie arm, mounting hardware with instructions, and one D-Ring Pin and Safety Clip (Bungee Tie shown is NOT included)

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Had the chance to try one of these on a ride and will see how this one holds up. Better than tieing all night to the trailer.
Lyla S on Sep 30, 2015
My horse would not eat or drink when tied to the trailer, with the Hi-ti he eats, drinks, rolls and lays down without issues
John P on Aug 25, 2015
Do you sell the bungee tie for the HiTie?
Kerri S on Mar 29, 2016
Best Answer: We have one on each side of our 3 horse slant. I could envision another one off the back, but no more than that. You need to be sure they are not able to get hurt by the tongue, so that will lessen how many you can put on each side. It would be better to try the other side, or off of the back. You should not try to shorten/lengthen the bungees as suggested above. The bungees are adjustable, but they should be adjusted so that the clip hangs 4 inches from the ground. Any shorter and your horse can not lie down. Any longer and your horse can get tangled up in the bungee.
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If you have 2 hi ties, how far apart should they be to keep the horses from getting tangled?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2015
Best Answer: One HiTie will give the horse free movement and access to an area equivalent of a 13' diameter round pen.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Jul 29, 2015
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