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Draw reins

The draw rein is an auxiliary rein that only belongs in the hands of an experienced rider, as the rein pressure on the bit is doubled. The Thiedemann rein is a less severe form of the show rein.

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The draw reins belong in fine rider hands

The draw rein is one of the most controversial auxiliary reins. In Switzerland, the draw reins are even forbidden in competitions and on warm-up areas in show jumping. In Austria it is also forbidden in dressage. Used with a great deal of sensitivity, the draw reins in the hands of a sensitive rider can certainly help to limit a horse that is pushing upwards. To do this, however, the rider must react very quickly to the horse giving way and also give way. He may also only use the draw reins in moderation, since the pressure is doubled in the horse's mouth. In general, he must not force the horse's head into a position and fix it there, since the horse has no way of escaping the draw reins.

Question the reason for your use of draw reins

Ask yourself why you absolutely want to ride with draw reins and definitely get a professional riding instructor before you ride with them. Ask yourself why your horse is walking the way it is walking. Do you have any physical limitations or is your training not ready yet? Are YOU already able to ride a correct contact? The draw reins are by no means a tool to skip points on the training scale and to get faster to the goal of the released horse swinging loosely over its back. Even the alleged inventor of the draw reins (William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle) only used the draw reins in connection with a cavesson and did not put the auxiliary reins through the bit rings. Newcastle is often referred to as the spiritual father of Rollkur and was not known as the most sensitive instructor. So be aware of the force you exert on the horse's mouth if you use the draw reins incorrectly.

Draw reins inserted correctly

Draw reins should only be used on horses that are already able to carry and collect themselves, but sometimes swerve upwards. When working, the draw reins should sag loosely and only limit when the horse raises its head. The draw reins may only limit upwards, but never pull the horse's head downwards. As with curb maturity, the rider should first earn the use of draw reins.