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  1. Shires Soft Lunging Aid
  2. JHL De Gogue
  3. JHL Market Harborough
  4. JHL Chambon
  5. Caldene Leather Draw Reins
    Caldene Leather Draw Reins
    From Special Price £36.98 RRP Regular Price £55.00
  6. Cottage Craft Draw Reins with Brass Buckles
    Cottage Craft Draw Reins with Brass Buckles
    From Special Price £11.56 RRP Regular Price £19.99
  7. Cottage Craft Side Reins With Buckle & Eyelets
    Cottage Craft Side Reins With Buckle & Eyelets
    From Special Price £13.10 RRP Regular Price £21.04
  8. Cottage Craft Slide Buckle Side Reins
    Cottage Craft Slide Buckle Side Reins
    From Special Price £8.06 RRP Regular Price £16.99
  9. Shires Market Harborough
    Shires Market Harborough
    From Special Price £25.60 RRP Regular Price £44.99
  10. Shires Nylon Harbridge Training Aid
  11. Shires Elastic Training Reins
  12. Shires Chambon Training Aid
    Shires Chambon Training Aid
    From Special Price £21.99 RRP Regular Price £27.99
  13. Shires De Gogue Training Aid
    Shires De Gogue Training Aid
    From Special Price £16.75 RRP Regular Price £28.99
  14. Shires Flexi-Rein
  15. Mark Todd Rubber Reins
    Mark Todd Rubber Reins
    From Special Price £35.99 RRP Regular Price £47.50
  16. Mark Todd Leather Lead Reins & Chain
    Mark Todd Leather Lead Reins & Chain
    From Special Price £39.49 RRP Regular Price £52.95
  17. JHL Leather Draw Reins
  18. Norton Training Aid
    Norton Training Aid
    From Special Price £36.99 RRP Regular Price £40.90
  19. Mark Todd Leather & Rope Draw Reins
    Mark Todd Leather & Rope Draw Reins
    From Special Price £52.00 RRP Regular Price £64.50
  20. Shires Aviemore Draw Reins
    Shires Aviemore Draw Reins
    From Special Price £19.88 RRP Regular Price £34.99
  21. Shires Cotton Web Draw Reins
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Online for Equine are passionate about promotion of ethical horse training methods. There are many equine training aids on the market. Horses learn by the application and removal of pressure from the rider of handler; unfortunately not all training aids work by removing pressure and some apply consistent pressure to the horse which can lead to habituation. Habituation to pressure can result in a heavy, confused horse and some owners may find that horses which are continually worked in training aids exhibit confused behaviours such as bolting, bronking, rearing and kicking.