Designed by Alycia Burton for Riders
The Free Rein is a multi-use safety rope suitable for all disciplines & ages. It can be adjusted to fit any horse correctly & it is very safe & easy to use.
The Free Rein is for riders using a saddle & bridle and for those without.
With its ability to easily adjust to suit any size horse you can always have the perfect fit. Here is a few uses for it!
The Free Rein is an easy to use safety rope, which helps beginner riders to stay balanced on the horse… Think of it similar to training wheels on a bicycle!
The Free Rein is an excellent neck strap for people who are learning to ride bareback. Holding the Free Rein will help you stay with your horse and help prevent you sliding or bouncing off your horse.
Spooky Horses & Starting Under Saddle
The Free Rein is great for someone who has a spooky horse… weather you are schooling in the arena or our on a trail you can hold onto the Free Rein with one hand whilst still holding your normal reins. When your horse spooks it helps prevent their mouth from getting yanked and helps keep you on your horse.
Perfect for those up & down hills and tricky situations when you could possibly end up pulling on your horse’s mouth for balance, simply hold the Free Rein for balance and let the horse do its job without interfering
The Free Rein is the ultimate tool for teaching your horse how to Free Ride for turning & stopping.
Lunging without reins- learning to keep hands still
Lunging a rider without the bridle reins is an excellent tool to help the rider develop quiet hands- they cannot pull on the horse’s mouth.
Having a Free Rein around the horses neck helps them stay balanced through their body while keep their hands in the correct place.
Learning the correct jump position can be hard for the rider and painful for the horse’s mouth- often leading to a loss of confidence in the team.
Weather you have an unpredictable jumping horse or you’re new to jumping. The Free Rein is the perfect tool to help prevent your horse’s mouth from getting yanked and the rider getting left behind.
Simply shorten the Free Rein and place it up the horse’s neck to hold on to over the jump.
Black with Black trim, White with Black trim