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Horse Training Equipment

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horse training equipment
Using high-quality horse training equipment and training supplies can make training a horse a rewarding and more successful experience. Find just the right horse training tools such as cavessons, training reins, martingales, training forks, Western breastcollars, and training bridles from top trusted brands.
Wonder Whip Halter Whips 48", 54", 60"
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Dura-Tech® All Weather Trail Halter/Bridle Combo
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Victor Supreme Stainless Steel Arabian Training Bridle
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Victor Supreme Stainless Steel Arabian Training Bridle
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Advanced European Training System
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Dura-Tech® Fleece Lined Training Surcingle
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Dura-Tech® Neoprene & Nylon Training Surcingle
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Victor Supreme Gene Lacroix Multi-Ring Training Surcingle
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Standard Whip Rack (Holds up to 12)
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Premier Arabian Training Bridle
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Premier Arabian Training Bridle
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Wonder Whip 4' Halter Whip With 2' Lash
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Dura-Tech® MCR Lunge Line 30' with Snap
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Easy-Up® Portable Whip Rack
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Horse Training Equipment and Tools for Better Success

Having the right tools and horse training equipment can make the difference between your horse learning the correct way to do something and prolonged frustration between horse and rider when trying to educate a horse on what you’re asking of them.

  • Side, Training, and Draw Reins: Essential leverage training tools that encourage the horse to flex at the poll and engage their hind-end.
  • Cavessons: Are used for developing suppleness and flexibility when you don't want to engage pressure within the horse's mouth.
  • Bitless Bridles, Side Pulls and Training Bridles: Allow you to ride a horse using pressure on their poll and nose, without any mouth pressure from a bit.
  • Western Breastcollars: Help keep your saddle from sliding back or out of place and are designed to match Western saddles and tack.
  • English Breastplates: Keep English saddles from sliding back, especially when jumping.
  • Riding Crops and Dressage Whips: Can be used for training from the ground or in the saddle, as a way to offer encouragement to engage from behind or increase forward motion.
  • Surcingles: Are designed to be used while lunging and come with numerous adjustments to teach a horse proper head carriage while carrying a frame and using their hind end properly.
  • Long Lines and Lunge Lines: Allow a horse to be worked from the ground either on a circle with the handler standing at the center, or following behind the horse; controlling their movements from the bridle but while still on the ground.
  • Horse Neck Sweats: Can help your horse have a well-defined throat latch and neckline.

Frequently Asked Questions About Equipment for Training Horses

What equipment is needed to train a horse?

To train a horse there is a wide variety of equipment needed that can all depend on the discipline, level of training, and methods you would like to use. You may want to use a lunge line, long lines, surcingles, or cavessons for groundwork such as teaching a horse to carry a proper frame. Martingales and training forks can be used while riding to help lower a horse’s head, whereas side reins or draw reins can also be used to control their headset and desired frame. There are many options when it comes to horse training equipment and what is right for you and your horse.

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