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Josey Pole Bases Supreme Josey Pro Training Reins
Our Price: $245.00
List Price $34.95
Josey Pole Bases Supreme Josey Pro Training Reins
These are the original Josey - Adams pole bases.These are the pole bases of choice used by pole bending champions,
due to their durability and stability.
Our Josey pole bases are approved by the AQHA and most other major associations.
Each base is a solid piece of durable, heavy rubber
They do not have to be filled with sand.
Use six to seven foot, 1 1/2-inch PVC pipe from your hardware store with each base.

The shipping price listed is an estimated price for an average within the continental US.

The Josey Pro Training Reins with a continued rein is great in the practice pen for loping circles and doing basic work on your barrel racing. This combination has also won money in competitions. These training reins are good to get your horse's nose. They aid in getting more bend and flex, and getting your horse to have a better headset. The nylon rein has braided knots to help you with your hand placement. This really helps in your barrel racing work guiding your horse to, in, and around the barrel. Great for practicing the barrels or for horsemanship.
Reinsman Fleece Roper Cinch 3" S.A. Walls Brand Slanted Aluminum Stirrups
Our Price: $69.98
List Price $99.95
Reinsman Fleece Roper Cinch 3" S.A. Walls Brand Slanted Aluminum Stirrups
Cinch up with Reinsman! Fleece cinches provide plush comfort against the horse and are ideal for sensitive skin. Removable liners for easy cleaning. Reinsman cinches use stainless steel hardware and roller buckles for longevity and an easy cinching up experience.

Reinsman Tips about Proper Cinch Usage and Your Horseís Comfort

Cinch the horse in stages, and we recommend using leather tie straps with a synthetic cinch to allow room for lung expansion.

The front cinch should be about as tight as your belt Ė if itís comfortable for you it should be comfortable for your horse. Do not over tighten the cinch because the tighter you cinch, the more pressure you create before you even sit in the saddle.

While itís tempting to overtighten a cinch for a saddle that rolls Ė donít do it! Check that the saddle is the correct fit for the horse. Try a different saddle pad (make sure you arenít over-padding), a wider cinch, neoprene
cinch, or flank cinch to help secure the saddle.
A very comfortable slanted stirrup that takes the pressure out of your ankles,knees, and hips by making your feet parallel to the ground.