Ground Driving Lines Cotton

Item# 28-34
4.65
$22.95
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Driving Lines by Big Dee's

Ground driving lines that have the first 10 ft. rounded for freedom of movement through surcingle rings remainder is flat woven cotton.

Product Details:

  • 26.5 ft. total length.
  • Color: Black
  • Swivel Snaps

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.65

(based on 12 reviews)

December 27, 2016
5.05
"Just got these, they are very nice! Lightweight, long, sturdy. Can't wait to use them. The generously long section near the clip is round for ease of sliding through the rings of surcingle. Thanks Big Dee's!"
By Stephanie
MA
April 12, 2016
5.05
"These are a really nice and affordable set of long lines! I love that they are light weight and the rolled ends are a nice touch. Also the snaps are light enough to use with a bitting rig on the little ones. purchased these to long line my miniature horse and I can not say enough how great they are. They are long but I just let them drag on the ground, hose them off and good to go again plus I can use them for the horses too! A+"
By Cindy
AZ
April 12, 2016
5.05
"The cotton driving lines were far better than I expected. Thank you for such a quality product!"
By
KY
April 12, 2016
5.05
"I use these lines in a class where I teach students to train young horses to long line. I love them because they are stiffer than the typical web lines, a bit shorter, and dont tangle up as much as others I have tried. These are my favorites for inexperienced people because they are easier for them to handle."
By
ID
April 12, 2016
4.05
"These are very long -- suitable for Western style ground driving from a great distance, or double longeing. They do not work as well for dressage style long reining, as you have to loop up so much line when you are behind the horse. They are also quite stiff, even though they are similar to web riding reins. The rolled section that runs through the surcingle rings lasts for the whole length of the horse, then the lines turn to the flat web style."