Originally Posted by caseymyhorserocks
Blocker tie ring.
Works on every horse myself and my trainer have seen that pulls back.
But does it actually STOP them trying to pull back?
There are horses that do it the moment they are tied up - snap the head back and break the baler twine.
A horse taught to tie up properly should not try to pull back just because they came to the end of the slack in the rope.
The photo above of my youngster (yearling, first time away from home he stood tied there for aboout 5 hours) tied to the truck doesn't pull back at all. He learnt that if he did the rope around his bum sent him forward again. He wore it each time he was tied up for a couple of months while he was young.