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----- Original Message -----From: Kathy MayedaTo: Laney HumphreySent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 10:03 AMSubject: RC: RE: RE: Velcro stronger than Steel??
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Yeah, but lifting something like that over my head is a lot harder than just swinging something over! That would have been my tie of choice if they were still in business, too. I think Sky Hook is looking pretty good right now, but anybody else has something to say?K.=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net. Information, Policy, Disclaimer: http://www.endurance.net/RideCamp =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=------Original Message-----I'll be really sorry if Trail-or Tie is out of business. I own 4 and have been generally pleased. I tend to think simple is the best way to go and their ties are simple. Kathy, even with Trailor-ties you do have to climb up, unpeg and move the tie against the trailer each time. I haven't seen a horse containment system that doesn't have its problems and trailer ties aren't magic, but they are better than most and a heck of a lot easier. Maybe someone will buy the manufacturing rights and bring them back.
From: Laney Humphrey [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2001 8:24 PM
To: Kathy Mayeda
Subject: RC: RE: Velcro stronger than Steel??
Kathy Mayeda wrote:
I had the same questions myself. I saw the Spring Tie at the Convention, and the only thing that I really didn’t like is that you have to take it down every time, and I’m too short to want to do that all the time. I belive the Skyhook Tether stays attached and you just swing it back to the trailer. I heard also the Trail-Lor ties was out of business. Someone want to enlighten me more?
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From: Lauren & Allan Horn [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 05, 2001 9:24 AM
Subject: RC: Velcro stronger than Steel??
At a NATRC ride this weekend someone told me that the Trail-Lor tie was
out of business. A weird coincidence because less than 12 hours later I
found my self with a really bent steel tie and my horse with a rope burn
on a rear pastern. I can only guess that she itched her ear with a hind
leg and got her rear leg caught over the rope. After the awards dinner
I found her down, begging me to help her and her rear leg caught up. THE
VELCRO DID NOT BREAK!
I would like to replace the bent rod but don't know if they are in
business. I'm also seriously thinking of portable panels because my
horse loves to lay down a lot. Or what about the Spring Tie?
San Juan Capistrano, CA
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