- - Lunge Line with a
|tiffanyp1980 ||03-20-2008 08:40 PM |
Lunge Line with a
bungee cord this by where it gets attached to the halter. What is this supposed to do?
|appylover31803 ||03-20-2008 08:47 PM |
i don't quite understand. Do you mean to have a lunge line and before it clips to the halter, have a bungee cord?
|tiffanyp1980 ||03-20-2008 10:27 PM |
yup thats exactly what I mean lol
|JustDressageIt ||03-20-2008 11:26 PM |
Probably to have a little more "give" than nylon; if your horse pulls against the lunge, it gives a little bit rather than just snapping at his mouth.
|appylover31803 ||03-21-2008 12:49 PM |
^^ i agree
|BluMagic ||03-21-2008 01:23 PM |
I don't like those bungee line thingees. My last horse, Buddy, had one that my friend used.....I was basically leasing him.....apparently he didn't like being tied and he spooked, breaking the cord. I'm suprised he wasn't cut because the bungee smacked him hard in the face. :roll:
|My2Geldings ||03-22-2008 02:44 AM |
Not sure what it is you are talking about. Would you be able to post some photos?
Usually when you have a "softer" more giving material in tack it is to give it some give. Make it more comfortable for the horse.
I would to see some photos if you can.
|Harlee rides horses ||03-22-2008 09:10 PM |
Probably so if the horse pulls it just stretches and not rips your arm out of socket.
I could have used one of those with rocket :? My arm is still sore.
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