The rein forms the connection between you as a rider and your shetland or miniature horse. For reins and auxiliary reins you have come to the right place at MHS Equestre.
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Many types of reins at MHS Equestrian
The reins are part of the bridle of your horse. They form the connection between you as a rider and your horse. This is done through the bit in the mouth of your shetland or mini horse.
There are many different types of reins and you can find them all in our webshop. The anti-slip rein, for example, is woven with rubber, which makes it comfortable to hold and does not slip quickly.
With the leather bridle with "invisible stops", various "stops" are concealed in the bridle that provide more grip. This gives you an even better contact with your horse and makes it easier to keep the reins neatly customized while riding.
Finally a rein with the correct length for your miniature horse
In our webshop you will of course also find the ideal bridle for the smallest horses. With its 220 cm long (110 cm on each side), this bridle from our MHS line is perfect for shetlanders and miniature horses. The reins fit the bridles from the MHS line and are provided with a handy anti-slip layer on the inside.
MHS Equestrian is also the right place for the various help reins. You use an assistant reins as an aid to correct the posture of your miniature horse or shetlander where necessary.
There are different types of help reins, each with its own effect. The side bracket, for example, is a great help with lunging. The martingale and the thiedemann help your horse keep its head lower and the breast collar ensures that the saddle of your pony or miniature horse does not shift while riding.
Advice from the experts at MHS Equestrian
Do you have questions about the use of reins or auxiliary reins, or do you want information about one of the more than 15,000 other products from our webshop? Then don't hesitate to contact us.
Our team can be reached by phone on workdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. We are happy to help!