"There comes a time, when ye ole reliable stick and string becomes a clumsy stick in the mud, SO, your knights in shining armor are here! They flit, they flutter, they fly, they are springy and light on their feet. You'll be so much more timely and accurate with the combination of these 2 sticks. One is a long stick (nearly the same length as the Slim Stick) with a short lash, the other is a short stick with a long lash (nearly as long as the Pocket String). The combination of these 2 sticks will help take your liberty training to its next stage and far beyond. Mastering their functionality will bring depth and dimension to your Liberty you may never have though possible. It may be time to progress out of the dark ages...so if your Liberty is ready to rock, these Liberty Sticks will help you roll!" ~Kalley Krickeberg, Horse Education Company brand ambassador
Once you get past the initial stages of liberty development (the Motivation Phase), a more precise tool is a must. A regulation stick and string is slow, heavy and less precise than a liberty stick. The Horse Education Company's specially selected liberty sticks feature a soft and durable grip handle, light yet precise lashes, and are specifically designed for clear and responsive motion.
The Liberty Stick with Short Lash has a 46" shaft, a 16" tail and a 13" lash.
The Liberty stick with Long Lash has a 40” shaft with a 40” tail and a 10” lash.
Available as a set or sold separately. We recommend using both in tandem in order to cover long and short range simultaneously. Can also be used as a cue aid on the ground when ground driving.
"This short lash stick has a really good light and lively feel that I love. It carries your motion accurately and can be soft when you need it to be and quick and effective when you need it. I most often pair it with a long lash stick so that I can work short and long range simultaneously. The long lash tool has a lively feel, with a longer reach because of the extended lash. It gives a similar feel to a "regulation" stick and string because you still have a long lash, but it is lighter and more responsive and therefor a faster, more responsive tool." ~ Kalley