Mustang Mecate Bosal Rein

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Black

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Tan

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Product Summary:

Mustang Mecate Bosal Rein
 
Mustang Mecate Bosal Rein-One of the finest Mecate reins on the market at a great price. The Mecate is not just a rein. This versatile piece of equipment can be used for groundwork preparation and once mounted the excess can be used to correct mild misbehaviors. Mustang's 1/2" x 23' Mecate is crafted from soft, yet durable Mountain cord. It features a natural braided button, horse hair tassel and a leather popper tail. Neutral tan color matches well with a variety of bosals and hangers.
 
Features:
  • Versatile
  • Neutral color
  • Soft
  • Durable
 
Item Specifications:
 
Materials:
Mountain cord
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E001376 BLK 8120 D 635913005714
Brown E001376 BRN 8120 C 635913005707
Tan E001376 TAN 8120 J 635913005721

Product Reviews by Customers

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Need for a clinic
Nikki R on Mar 27, 2019
For Gianna
Julie G on Dec 12, 2018
Need for a clinic
Nikki R on Mar 27, 2019
I have one set of these reins already, but needed another set for my other bosal. These reins have a nice feel to them; they're not so stiff that you can't do anything with them, but they're not limp, either. The length gives you plenty to work with without being too much. Thin enough that they're not bulky. They are well-made and I would recommend them.
EMILY M on Feb 19, 2019
For Gianna
Julie G on Dec 12, 2018
the price
Duffy B on Apr 3, 2018
I like the feel of these reins and I think they are attractive too.
Robin M on Apr 18, 2017
Works good on a training bosal I made and is a good get down rope.
Jim S on Jan 6, 2017
A bit stiff but effective. Good length and good for the price.
Brittany M on Nov 20, 2016
A little stiff but not terrible. The ones I ordered were a little too long but I also ride a 14.5 cow horse. If you are looking for a cheaper but still decent quality product I think you will be happy with these.
McKenna C on Sep 29, 2016
Needed a nice hackamor rein, and this is very nice. It is smooth, and has a nice "feel".
Kathryn A L on Jul 28, 2016
for training purposes
Sandra B on Jun 30, 2015
Good reviews
Kim T on May 27, 2015
These reins will be used with a snaffle bit bridle for training colts.
Steven C on Jul 20, 2014
it looks well made, simple and straight forward. i intend to use this rein with my d-ring snaffle bit for training my horse outside of the arena for trail, pleasure and reining.
Tim W on Jul 7, 2014
The reviews looked good and I'm tired of buying new reins.
Christina D on May 15, 2014
price and quality are unmatched
lisa d on Mar 18, 2014
I purchased these reins due to the great reviews written about them.
Susan C on Mar 10, 2014
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Paul C on Jan 6, 2014
I have one set of these reins already, but needed another set for my other bosal. These reins have a nice feel to them; they're not so stiff that you can't do anything with them, but they're not limp, either. The length gives you plenty to work with without being too much. Thin enough that they're not bulky. They are well-made and I would recommend them.
EMILY M on Feb 19, 2019
the price
Duffy B on Apr 3, 2018
how do they attach to a bridle?
A shopper on Oct 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You need to use "slobber straps" to attach the mecate to a bit. There's a special knot to tie the rein onto a bosal. If you go online and search for "picture mecate," you'll see pictures of each. I haven't tried to tie onto a bosal, but for the bit, put one slobber strap on each ring. Push the mecate through the right-side slobber strap first, and bring it through all the way to the horsehair end. Tie it in a simple knot around the slobber strap. Then bring the mecate over and pull it partially through the second slobber strap. At this point, it's easiest to have it on your horse. Adjust the mecate so that the length is comfortable for your horse's neck. (If you're sitting on the horse, with his head relaxed you should be able to touch your stomach while holding the rein.) Then tie off the mecate on the left side.