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Billy Royal® Silver Plate Rein Stabilizers

Billy Royal® Silver Plate Rein Stabilizers

Item # 10123
  • Achieve the desired direct contact from bit to rider and help prevent rein swing
  • Reinforced leather ends slip over the permanent loop at the end of romel reins
  • Attach to the bit with silver ends so they pivot freely on bit rings
  • Do not pinch onto your bit rings
  • Finest hand engraved Sterling Silver Plate and hand tooled leather
  • Sold in pairs
  • Available in light oil leather
Item Availability Quantity Price
#10123
Light Oil (in stock)
$159.99 $49.99

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Billy Royal® Silver Plate Rein Stabilizers
 
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1.0

Bad connector hardware

By Stablemate

from Florida

About Me Experienced Rider

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive

Cons

  • Poor Quality

Best Uses

  • Show Ring

Comments about Billy Royal® Silver Plate Rein Stabilizers:

The stabilizers are attractive and seem to function fairly well, although not as well as the built-in ones. I was riding with them for about the 6th time when one of the posts that connects the rein to the bit loop fell out and the rein fell off the bit. (Thank goodness I have a great horse who didn't take advantage of it or I could have been injured.) These rein stabilizers do not use Chicago screws to hold them onto the bit loops, they use a post with tiny flanges. We had to modify them and then duct-tape them on to make sure they don't come off again. It's not a pretty solution.

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