Weaver Stacy Westfall Training Rope


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15 Ft


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Weaver Stacy Westfall Training Rope

Constructed from 16mm polypropylene over nylon double braided yacht rope, these training ropes feel great in the hands.  Color: Black.  Size: 5/8" x 15'
or 5/8" x 24'.

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Maggie C on May 9, 2014
Does this training rope come with the snap? or what do you suggest we use with it?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2015
Best Answer: I specifically purchased this because it doesn't have a metal snap. When training a horse one doesn't want the metal to hit their chin. It doesn't serve the training process and makes them head shy instead of supple and well-trained. I insert the loop into the ring or loop at the base of the halter and then thread the lead threw it to secure it. This is a great lead - it has the perfect weight and agility.
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Photo does not show snap and it is not mentioned in the description. Does this line come with a snap? If yes, what type is it?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2015
Best Answer: No. It does not come with a snap or hook. It has a loop on one end and a leather piece at the other end. you can buy a connector or just loop it through by pushing the loop through the rope halter (where you would snap on a hook) then pull the leather end through the loop on the lead. I know that sounds really confusing. I don't use a snap or hook. not sure if that technique would work with a regular nylon halter
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