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"The Rein-AidŽ is a clear winner when it comes to improving the horses acceptance to the bit. Used for riding, longlining and lunging, Rein-AidŽ focuses on an elastic contact with the horses mouth, similar to that achieved through education by World Class riders."

As reviewed from Equi.Net

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Rein-AidŽ inserts easily attach to your current bridle and promote the feeling of an elastic, following contact. Rein-AidŽ inserts encourage horses to relax, accept the bit and round through their topline. A leather loop limits the stretch of elastic for precision and safety. Rein-AidŽ inserts teaches the rider the feeling of soft hands without changing their ability to control the horse.

The Rein-AidŽ inserts buckles to the bit and the reins buckle to a ring on the Rein-AidŽ inserts as shown in the photo (above). Riders should tie a knot in the end of their reins if the reins become excessively long and shorter reins are not available. The Elasto-ReinŽ eliminates this problem as the elastic and loop are built directly into the reins.

Rein-AidŽ in Training

All riders, no matter what discipline they ride, seek harmony with their horse. This requires a balanced seat, the ability to follow the motion of the horse, tact, and independence of the aids. Any stiffness in the rider will result in a lack of harmony.

Rein-AidŽ helps the horse 'forgive' mistakes made by the less than perfect rider. Not only is this better for the horse, but it keeps him willing and easier to ride. Because the horse is rounder and softer with an elastic contact, the rider can focus on 'feel', position, timing, etc. As the skill level grows, so does the horse's trust in the rider and the wonderful feeling of harmony can be achieved.

Professionals are also reaching for Rein-AidŽ to reschool their sensitive horses that are 'afraid' of the rider's hand. For these horses, obtaining a contact is very difficult; they simply are not willing to 'hold hands with the rider'. The slight give in the rein alleviates their fear of being trapped. Also extensively used for horses that are stiff or locked in the jaw, Elasto-ReinŽ encourages the horse to chew gently on the bit (creating that saliva we love to see) and soften through their topline. All this is achieved in a compassionate, safe manner without the need for training aids that artificially force the head down.


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