"Sammy's Sunrise" adjustable riding reins is part of Reins for Rescues' exclusive line of products designed and named by fellow rescuers and us for our special rescues. Sammy's story appears below.
Highlighted with strands of turquoise, orange and royal blue, these reins represent the sunrises here on the farm that Sammy almost didn't get to see . . .
SAVE BY ORDERING BOTH REINS & BOOTS TOGETHER!
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.
FOR BOOTS (boots pictured):
Complete Comfort Front Boot provides comfortable, no sweat, dirt and debris protection.
Medium: 9.5 - 10.5 in - One pair
Ortho-Care was established in 1979 as a F.D.A. registered manufacturer of orthopedic and sports medicine products. With numerous patents and years of technological advancements in both product design and materials in the human market.
Ortho-Equine was established as a subsidiary of Ortho-Care and utilizes some of the same technology as developed in the human market. As an example, the Comfort Boot is lined with a temperature regulating material Intellitemptm which Ortho-Care originally utilized for suspension devices for amputees. This material which was originally developed for NASA is breathable and strives to keep a constant skin temperature of 83°.
NOTE: Please bear in mind that most of our reins are made-to-order and it can take up to 7 - 10 days for your order to be shipped. All proceeds from the sale of our products goes directly to the care for our rescues.
SAMMY'S STORY: Brought to our attention by a Reins for Rescues' customer, Sammy was rescued from a kill pen in Texas. The customer's family insisted that Sammy, not only be saved, but that he should immediately be transported to us in Northern Pennsylvania. He is 6 years old and a registered quarter horse gelding. He is finishing rehabilitation and has been currently enjoying trail riding with moderate skilled youth.