This rein was created in collaboration with Aaron Vale, one of America's most successful and prolific Grand Prix Showjumping riders.
Invented to offer more comfort and stability with a unique hand stitched reins stop, this rein is designed to be held between the middle and ring fingers. The slim stop is a smaller, more streamlined grip with less padding. The rein adjusts so the grips can be placed precisely where the horse and rider find their best connection. It improves the straight line from the bit to the elbow and encourages more relaxed arms and softer hands.
For dressage or jumping these reins provide riders of all skill levels a more comfortable and simpler way of keeping their rein length.
Rein adjusts from 52" to 58" in 2" increments. Want to go shorter? Plenty of room to customize!
Hand grips are 4 inches apart.
I will message once they get to me in NZ thank you so much
As a Grade IV para-equestrian showing both para and able-bodied classes, I am always looking for updated aides. I use a looped rein for my left hand as I have very little feeling or control of it. I now also use the Correct Connect rein for my right hand which is weak enough that my dressage horse can easily pull a normal rein from my hand. No longer! I am training for Prix St. George classes this Spring. Wish me luck!
Have really been trying to figure out my hand position on my reins for a few months. My trainer saw these and I bought a set of reins for jumping. Well I love them so much I’m using them on the flat also. Recommended to everyone in my barn, thanks!
I have a mare who is very sensitive and easily offended by what she perceives as too strong of correction, and yet she can get very heavy in the bridle. Maybe it is a placebo effect, but since starting to use these reins she is so soft and much happier and willing to go into the bridle!
I like them a lot but if there was a third one