Horze provides an innovative lunging aid to train a horse in a gentle manner. This lunging aid strengthens the back and stretches the top line without force. Using this gentle approach encourages the horse to stretch forward and down during lunging. This training aid should be used for frequent short sessions for best results.
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Best Equine Training AidBy: Rachel Burnett on 27 March 2020We (my daughter and I) cannot sing the praises of the lunging aid enough. Both our horses have lost condition over their back end. One from an injury and the other from incorrect training. I did some online research into helping horses build up their back ends and kept coming across lunging aids of different types and also prices. Like most things I was very hesitant to pay what some of the product suppliers were asking, just in case it didn't work. When I received the lunging aid from Ashbree I was really surprised at the high quality of materials used to make it. Because it was on the cheap side I half expected it to be really flimsy. Its definitely not. It comes with instructions and two diagrams for alternate assembly. Once you've connected it a couple times its very simple. It does not in any way restrict or restrain the horse. It simply encourages the horse to work over its back. We've worked both horses three times and they are definitely working a lot harder. My daughter's Quarab is now happily trotting and cantering on both reins and hold his balance and frame. Previously he would only canter on his left rein and then stop after a few steps. Its like this new horse has appeared! My daughter had spent close to a year trying to lunge him properly as his balance was way off, with his head sticking up and out and constantly running on the forehand. His back muscles are being activated and he is lifting his core muscles and dropping his back end. My horse has a sacro illiac injury, and has been having re-hab for nearly eight weeks after throwing me off twice. The noticeable difference in her carriage is amazing during her lunging session with the aid. She had developed a hunters bump from the injury and it is now not so prominent and there is a noticeable change in her developing back muscles. She is also a lot more willing to work.
Lunging AidBy: Sue Smith on 23 July 2018Was a little disappointed that the ropes do not stay tight when adjusted to the length required. Directions included were not very informative either.
Lungeing aidBy: Margaret on 23 March 2018excellent training aid