Tough-1 Clinician Stick Training Whip

From $14.15


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.

Select your product options above to view the stock and delivery information.

Questions or Feedback? Contact us now.

Buy More and Save!*

Product Summary:

Ships to Canada

Features 48" fiberglass shaft with grip handle and 66" lash with leather popper.

Product Reviews by Customers

Browse 4 questions and 35 answers
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
Why did you choose this? Store
Needed a carrot stick
Kim B on May 2, 2017
To work on the riding ground best for lazy horses
Andres R on Jan 19, 2017
I was looking for a good deal and good quality. Had good review, hope it is what I am looking for.
Daniela S on Feb 1, 2017
quality and price
Sharon D on Dec 26, 2016
Is this he same as a lunge whip? I am looking for a good lunge whip, is this a good one? If not, which one do you recommend that is NOT $40-50?
Babysittinghorsegirl . on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer: It is not a lunge whip. It is a stick and string that can be used for lunging and ground work. It has a different feel then a lunge whip. A lunge whip is longer and the end is flimsey usually breaks quicker then a stick and string. People who do natural horsemanship use a stick and string. I used to lunge with a lunge whip and the more I used the Clinician stick I fell in love with it. The reason clinician sticks cost more is because they last longer and are more durable. If you go on youtube and look up natural horsemanship you will see people training horses with a clinician stick. It may be for you and it may not. It is a personal preference thing. Both the lunge whip and the clinician stick are tools for lunging horses. Hope this helps. Jahnel Warner
Reply · Report · Adam W on Jan 12, 2014
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (1)
Does the string detach?
A shopper on May 4, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, it does. It has a loop on one end of the string and also a loop on the end of the stick. The string goes through the stick loop and then feed it through it's own loop. Very quick and easy. I've used mine for a couple of years now and it's held up great. It's the only whip I use anymore. For training, lunging, everything.
Reply · Report · Susan B on May 4, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)
I'm looking for a lung whip but they all seem too long. Would this work well for a lunge whip? Does it "pop" or "snap" when you flick it??
Jody B on Sep 9, 2015
Best Answer: This is the type of stick that Clinton Anderson and Pat Parelli use. The only flexible part is the rope which attaches to the end of the stick. It stick reaches out 4 feet extending the reach of your arm, then the rope begins. I use it for lunging. It is heavier than a standard lunge whip, and you need to engage your whole arm to swing it or pop it, it usually does not make a popping noise. I love mine, it is lighter than the Parelli stick, versatile with or without the rope attached. I use it on the ground and in the saddle. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Patty S on Sep 9, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)