When choosing reins you’ve got to consider the functionality, safety, and traditions of each type along with your personal preferences, says Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack.
Romal rein http://bit.ly/2hpU2Iy use continues to gain in popularity in the show pen, on the ranch and on the trail. Follow along with the video as Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack visits with cow horse trainer Christian Lybbert of Lybbert Performance Horses to learn some interesting facts about using romal reins. A Romal Rein […]
If you’re new to cutting or thinking of getting involved in cutting you may have attended some shows or watched some live stream cutting to get a better understanding of the sport. If so, you might be wondering about all the different ways cutters hold and use their reins. Follow along in the video as […]
If you watch cutting events you’ve seen riders clutch their reins in one hand as they’re separating the cow they want to cut. Do you wonder what they’re doing with their hand? If you ride a cutter you may already be using this technique to shorten your reins in the herd. Follow along in the […]
Do you want to train and show your horse in a 2 Rein outfit http://bit.ly/2hKiFxt but aren’t sure if you’re holding the mecate and romals in an efficient and legal way? Follow along with the video as Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack visits with cow horse trainer Wade Meador of Wade Meador Performance Horses, […]
Are you looking for a real good set of romal reins that won’t put you over budget? My all new Nylon Romal Reins with Rawhide Buttons http://bit.ly/2rxWv7D may be just what you’re looking for! They drape beautifully, are perfectly balanced, and feel great in your hands. The nylon is very tight braid on braid rope […]
Have you seen trainers on snaffle bit colts holding their reins http://bit.ly/2Eo8yc6 in several different ways in the training arena? Which technique is best and are they all legal in the show pen? Follow along on the video as AQHA/NRCHA judge and trainer Bozo Rogers shows us how to hold reins on a snaffle bit […]
Since man first domesticated the horse and began to ride thousands of years ago, control of the mount has been of primary concern says Dennis Moreland Tack. Probably the first “control” mechanism was a rawhide string tied around the lower jaw and extending back to the rider’s hand. With this string, the horse’s head could […]