Shock Absorbing Cross Tie Black

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$22.00

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Product Summary:

Shock Absorbing Cross Tie

This special poly material actually absorbs tension when your horse pulls or panics. The first two feet is a bungee cord section, which acts as a "shock absorber" whenever your horse makes sudden movements or reactions.

Features:

  • Strong braided 5/8" poly rope
  • 60" length
  • Heavy brass bull snap on one end and heavy panic snap on the other
  • Sold individually
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black BNH12 BLACK 52-992-2-0 688499117135
Hunter Green BNH12 HUNTR 1076BP360H
Red BNH12 RED 1076BP360R

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Works fine, 4/30/2012
Amy from spokane, WA

I had a horse panick and fly backwards, like most do when they panic...The bungey cord broke and there was no sling shot effect...But instead of buying another one, I may just use baling twine to tie to.

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Works fine, 4/30/2012
Amy from spokane, WA

I had a horse panick and fly backwards, like most do when they panic...The bungey cord broke and there was no sling shot effect...But instead of buying another one, I may just use baling twine to tie to.

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Dangerous Slingshot Effect, 2/8/2012
J from NJ

Dangerous Slingshot Effect. I tried to reach a panicking pony quickly. One end released and hit my thumb--I lost feeling down that nerve for 6 months. Never trusted these again! They are solidly built, but the slingshot effect is dangerous for horse & rider.

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Use it for horse camping on a tie line, 10/24/2011
Kristen from Minnesota

My horse is like Houdini - she can get off the tie line while horse camping easily. Finally I got one of these and it works great! It's a perfect length, and she now accepts that she can't just go off and graze whenever she wants to.

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no way, 10/25/2010
racmac from mn

these are fine until a horse gets in trouble and pulls... if you release at the halter, it sling-shots the snap at the rider. if you release at the wall, it sling-shots at the horse. mine are in the landfill.

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no way, 10/25/2010
racmac from mn

these are fine until a horse gets in trouble and pulls... if you release at the halter, it sling-shots the snap at the rider. if you release at the wall, it sling-shots at the horse. mine are in the landfill.

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No Way, 9/3/2010
mary from

These are fine until you get a horse in trouble. When a horse pulls and panics, there is no way to release without endangering either the human or horse: if released from the wall, the tie and snap 'sling shot' at the horse and everything in between. Obviously, it isn't safe to get close enough to release from the halter.

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No Way, 9/3/2010
mary from

These are fine until you get a horse in trouble. When a horse pulls and panics, there is no way to release without endangering either the human or horse: if released from the wall, the tie and snap 'sling shot' at the horse and everything in between. Obviously, it isn't safe to get close enough to release from the halter.

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