This padded lunge line is comfortable in your hands and provides a touch of give. 25 feet in length gives you plenty of room to lunge. A soft and durable lunge in wonderfully bold colors.
EquiFit T-Foam™ Ear Plugs can help keep your horse focused at shows or at home. These ear plugs are made with comfortable T-Foam that conform to the interior shape of the ears. Because they can be cut to fit, they're ideal for ponies, too.
This Rodrigo Flat Running Martingale is made from beautiful quality leather with exceptional attention to detail.
Dover's Lunge Line features exceptional quality and durability. Made of durable cotton webbing, it measures 35' long.
Designed to adjust easily, Dover's Side Reins are professional quality for long wear.
Made with heavyweight webbing, this Ribbed Cotton Lunge Line has leather hand stops and a handy snap.
The Suffolk™ Raised Standing Martingale takes you from the schooling ring to the show ring. This quality martingale is offered at an unbeatable price.
The easy on/off snap at the withers is a key feature for this Brass Fitted Adjustable Breastplate. Solid brass hardware.
An adjustable leather breastplate from Crown. This attractive breastplate will help keep your saddle from slipping back.
The economical Suffolk Leather Lunge Caveson is made of imported leather and features a three-hinge, three-ring nose. This lunge caveson has a double-buckle crown, single-buckle throat and adjustable nose. Brass hardware throughout.
The Showmark Running Martingale features a 5/8" neck strap and a 7/8" body strap. This high-quality running martingale is crafted of Wickett & Craig American leather with stainless steel hardware.
The Chambon Lunge teaches head set and strengthens the horse's back. Leather crown and body strap. Attaches at girth. Stainless steel hardware.
As with any book of exercises, riders should realize they can only get out of them what they are able to put into them. Regular feedback from a qualified coach or friend, listening carefully to what your horse tells you, and respecting the difficulty of seemingly 'simple' exercises will help riders move forward.