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Rubber Reins

Rubber Reins
Rubber Reins
The rubber rein is the perfect rein for wet weather, sweaty horses or just when the rider needs an extra grip. Often used for Eventing and Jumping these English reins get their gripping power from the pebbled rubber section where the rider’s hands hold the reins. Available in brown, black and rainbow reins, in rubber-lined or full rubber options. Standard rein length is 54”, pony size (48”), cob size (52”) and oversized (60”) are also available.
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When a Rubber Rein is the Best Choice for the Rider

Riding horses requires communication between horse and rider, and the reins are one path to communication. When the weather is wet or if the horse sweats or pulls a lot, reins can become difficult for the rider to hold and ultimately slip through the hand. This is where rubber reins can help!

Rubber reins have a pebbled-rubber section stitched right onto the rein where rider’s hands hold the reins. The rubber creates a non-slippery grippy surface making it harder for the reins to slip through rider’s fingers.

Rainbow reins, sometimes called training reins, have different colored sections to the rubber. Rainbow reins provide the same grip as regular rubber reins while also allowing a riding instructor or trainer to visually direct the rider’s hand placement to the proper rein length while riding.

Rubber lined reins are created by stitching the pebbled rubber only to the back side or the horse side of the rein while the outside of the rein remains leather. This provides a clean leather rein turnout but provides more grip to the rider.

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