Lunge & Long Line
A good selection of lunge or longe lines, long lines in various price ranges including lunge whips, cavessons and side reins. Plus super horse DVDs and books on the subject. Please see our driving department for more info from around the world on that topic.
All the items have been tested by TheHorseStudio.com Team and the major features we look for in equipment are covered. A collapsible lunge whip is a boon for travel, swivel and leather at the end of lunge lines, rein stops for safety. Plus bit adapters for quick easy on and off and some harnesses in economy price range but in safe leather, to get you started. Looking for a specific discipline? Click on the discipline link, i.e. Dressage, Polo etc.
A great longe whip at a very reasonable price. Rubber grip handle. Made in England. Length 71 inches.
Choose from the colors below.
TheHorseStudio.com review: I loved this whip. It was light enough not to become heavy in the hand over longer sessions and the grip size was perfect for my ladies hand. Durable with a nice flick and well made at a great price........(click on image for larger picture)
This set of ground reins is a standard 27 foot length per side. The fabric is durable nylon and color offered is brown with silver buckle and stud closures.........(click on image for larger picture)
Made of Perlon nylon and extra thick with high quality stainless steel clips this is a useful strap to connect the two sides of the bit underneath the bridle for keeping a more even pressure on the bit during lunge training for your horse...........(click on image for larger picture)
Economy value horse longe line from the German manufacturer, Kavalcade.
Length is standard approximate 27 feet with hand loop and swivel clip.
Offered in Black/Grey and Bordeaux/Navy..........(click on image for larger picture)
International dressage trainer, Paul Fielder, shows how his methods achieve success with schooling the horse from the ground. He covers equipment, rein handling and basic skills, then progresses to improving the horse’s balance and self-carriage.......(click on image for full details)