We love these draw reins because the leather is incredibly soft and breaks in instantly, while the rope section slides easily through the bit.
The Jump'In leather and rope draw reins are made with half a high-quality flat leather and half rope section so they easily slide through the bit rings. A hook on each end makes it easier to attach the draw reins to the girth. The reins can separate from each other utilizing a buckle.
This training aid influences the raising height of the horse's neck and is often used by jumping riders. They must never be straightened like classic reins. They straighten only if the horse excessively raises its neck and comes above the rider's hand. A good draw reins use allows the horse's head and neck angle to remain open. They are not a help to have a horse on the bit.