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Rubber Reins

Rubber Reins
Rubber Reins
Outfit your bridle with a pair of rubber reins to study your grip whether you are riding in the rain or on a cross-country course. Choose from our variety of colors, sizes, and styles of rubber reins to find the best pair for you and your horse.
Pinnacle Rainbow Reins with Leather Stops
$49.99
$39.99
save 20%
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars 4 Reviews
2 Colors
Premier Rubber Reins
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Premier Rubber Reins
$49.99
$44.99
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 22 Reviews
Premier Cotton Web Reins
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Premier Cotton Web Reins
$49.99
$34.99
save 30%
The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 22 Reviews
Joseph Sterling® Soft Beaded Reins
$114.99 - $121.99
$84.99 - $89.99
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The average rating for this product is 4.5 out of 5 stars 15 Reviews

When to use Rubber Reins

Rubber horse reins are a great tool for ensuring you have a solid grip while riding in the rain or for teaching young riders how to properly hold their reins. Rubber reins are leather reins coated in rubber to help the rider effectively grip their reins while they ride. Riders who frequently ride in the rain, have a horse that sweats heavily, or live in humid climates can greatly benefit from using rubber reins.

For beginner riders, rainbow rubber reins are available to help show the rider how long their reins should be while they ride. An instructor can simply tell them to put their hands on the correct color and continue to remind them throughout the lesson. Rubber reins are especially helpful since beginner riders cannot usually feel how long their reins are and the colors help them determine where to put their hands.

Frequently Asked Questions About Rubber Reins

What are rubber reins?

Rubber horse reins are leather reins coated in rubber to help riders grip the reins while they ride.

What are rubber reins used for?

Rubber reins are often used for riding in wet or sweaty conditions, because they help riders grip better. Rainbow rubber reins are also often used by beginner riders who are learning where to hold the reins.

What length should rubber reins be?

The length of rubber reins depends on the length of your horse's neck. The standard rein length is about 54” but you may need to get longer reins depending on your horse. Longer sizes are available for larger horses.

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