Flat Nylon Hackamore Rein #CHR7
Description: The shape of the Flat Nylon Hackamore Rein gives a secure grip in your hands. This rein is made of brown 1 inch x 16 feet flat nylon rope and has 3/4 inch leather poppers on each end. It’s very soft when new but will pick up body as it’s used. The quality and the price make this a very good choice for the budget minded horseman.
Hackamore Rein w/Rawhide Braided Ends #CHR5
Description: This is a nice lightweight hackamore rein, easy on the hands and great for loping. This Hackamore Rein with Rawhide Braided Ends is made of 3/8 inch braid on braid nylon rope and is 16 feet in length. There are hand braided rawhide knots and 1/2 inch leather poppers on each end. This also makes an excellent rein for a nice relaxing afternoon ride!
Although the photo shows a tan rein, this hackamore rein is available only in brown.
Latigo on Latigo 5/8″ Reins, Medium Weight #BLL1
Description: I cut these doubled and stitched reins 5/8” wide. I make them in two lengths: 7′ for horses under 14.2 hands and 7’9” for horses over 14.2 (see dropdown for choices). These Latigo on Latigo 5/8″ medium weight reins have very good feel and body.
To make these reins I sew 2 pieces of latigo leather together with small, tight stitches. This makes the reins 9/32nd of an inch thick. All of the work is done by hand. I edge these reins by hand, rub them, oil them and rub them again.
How they work: This is my 43rd year making cowboy tack and I know which leather makes the best reins. I personally choose each hide I use to make sure you’ll have good even contact and communication with your horse. There are no gray signals with these reins.
These are my best selling doubled and stitched reins and are a favorite in the show ring. They will hold their flexibility and shape even in cold weather and they are built to last.
Try a pair; it will be the best pair of doubled and stitched reins you have owned, I guarantee it. Dennis
Round 5/8″ Nylon Mecate #DMR5
Description: If you like a mecate made of densely braided rope with a lot of feel, this is a good one. The Round 5/8 Inch Nylon Mecate is available in 22 and 24 foot lengths (see dropdown) and is made of round 5/8 inch braid-on-braid nylon rope. On average, the 22 foot mecate, also known as a McCarty, is built to ride on horses that are under 15 hands while the 24 foot length is built for horses 15 hands and taller. This mecate has a tassel at one end and 5/8 inch leather popper at the opposite end. A little wider in diameter than the #DMR3 Mecate. This is a great mecate to use on your hackamores and your snaffle bits. It comes in your choice of brown or tri-color (pictured on horse). Make your selection in the dropdown.
Also shown on the horse is the Starting Bosal #HU5.
Nylon Hackamore Rein #CHR3
Description: The Hand Braided Nylon Hackamore Rein lays real well and its shape and feel on the neck get a real good response from the horse. This hackamore rein is made of round 1/2 inch white nylon rope in the center, where it ties to the hackamore. The remainder of the 16 foot length is handbraided 5 plait nylon over the 1/2 inch center for a heavy rein with a real soft feel in the hands. This is an excellent rein for any hackamore you want to use and it will be the best nylon hackamore rein you’ve ever felt, guaranteed. Dennis
Harness on Latigo 5/8″ Reins #BLH58
Description: If you’re looking for a very heavy rein with a lot of feel then this harness on latigo double and stitched rein is for you.
Custom cut from harness leather and lined with latigo leather, these reins are 5/8” wide and 7’9” long. The stitching is compressed tightly into the leather. As with all of my reins, these are hand edged, rubbed with saddle soap, oil and saddle soap again to give the leather a tremendous feel in your hands. Trainers tell me they love these reins for their weight and feel. They will last for years.
Pictured is Boyd Rice riding BFR Igniting Sparks at the NRCHA Futurity with a pair of these harness on latigo double & stitched reins. Photo courtesy of Beechfork Ranch, Rice Performance Horses and Primo Morales.