Cooper's Come Back Adjustable Riding Reins

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  • Regular price £27.00

"Cooper's Come Back" adjustable riding reins is named after one of our permanent residents here on Triple Dream Farm.  These reins feature mint green, our popular turquoise and contrasting black.  Cooper's story is at the bottom of the page.

Whether you are looking for more comfortable reins in your hands, a colorful combination to make a bold statement in or out of the show ring, or you finally want ALL of your tack to match your color theme, our reins are what you are looking for!

Reins are approximately 7.5 feet long and can be adjusted as you wish with a buckle for a more comfortable ride.  Made with 550 test per strand (made in USA) paracord and heavy duty hardware for safety, strength and lasting durability.  Each set of reins are made by hand with several strands of paracord. A very strong and durable set that will easily come clean and maintain it's bright colors by washing with common dish soap and water with air drying.

All proceeds from the sale of our products goes directly to the care for our rescues.

NOTE:  Please bear in mind that most of our reins are made-to-order and it can take up to 7 days for your order to be shipped.


Taken in by us around 2012, Cooper was an off-the-track-thoroughbred (OTTB) that won over $300,000 for his former owners.  After we worked and re-habbed Cooper, it was time to adopt him out to his forever home.  Twice Cooper was adopted out and twice shortly after arriving to his new home, the new owners reported Cooper quickly becoming lame with no apparent reason that they, or their vets/farriers could find.  Both adopters brought Cooper back to the farm.  Both times Cooper miraculously was "cured" and never presented as lame to us before or since his two adoptions.  So, "Cooper's come back" is a phrase we have heard one too many times and we have now determined Cooper just wants to stay here. Cooper sadly crossed the rainbow bridge on 12/16/21. After over 9 years with us, he sustained an injury to his leg that was unfixable despite every effort. The pain became too much and he passed away. We pray he is at peace running rhe green fields pain free!

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