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Tan Leather Reins with brass clips

In the Natural Horse World Store:

Two new types of rein are now available to match the LightRider Bridles in leather (pictured below) and Beta Biothane. These come in black and tan brown, with dark brown Beta Biothane and flat cotton reins coming at the end of June. LightRider Reins all weigh around 300g to enable the correct release of the chinstrap on the bridles.
Go direct to the store for these here.

The Stockhorse style bridles are also now available in black leather with chrome (silver) fittings so you can choose brass or chrome to match your saddle’s hardware. See these in the Natural Horse World Store here.

New Slick Stick

Extendable Training Stick – Pocket sized training stick expands from 8″ to nearly 48″. Compact in size so it fits in your pocket or hangs off your saddle.  Your training stick is always available when you need it.  $19.95 US + shipping available here.

New Easyboot Trail Hoof Boots

Easycare inc. claim the new Easyboot Trail is the easiest hoof boot in the world. The Easyboot trail can be easily put on and removed by young or old hands. The variable attachment system assures the boot will fit a large variety of hoof sizes and shapes throughout the trim cycle. The boot opens up completely to easily slip on and off. The rear double Velcro attachment protects the entire hoof wall and keeps the boot firmly in place.

Set at an entry-level price point, the Easyboot Trail offers superb value for the money and is sold in singles to allow correct fit for each hoof. Price ranges from $60 to $75 per boot for the largest of the 11 sizes.

If you are a pleasure rider or trail rider, this is the boot for you. The Easyboot Trail is recommended for medium-distance riding of up to 25 miles per week (usually an average of 1 – 1 1/2 hours a day).

The Easyboot Trail also doubles as a therapy boot to help your horse recover from abscesses, hoof injuries, founder, navicular disease, punctures and sole bruises.

While it looks very similar to the Old Mac G2, the Easyboot Trail is built on the G2 chassis, but it easier to put on and remove because there is no internal webbing strap and no buckle on the outside. It is also lighter weight and will be sold in singles. It also has drainage holes in the sole and the boot fits both left and right hooves.

Watch a video on the Easyboot Trail or get more info on them here:

Materials and ideas to help you build a teeter-tooter, a box pedestal and a small wheel rim pedestal for your horse - click here.

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