Your fingers are going to love this. No more awkward collar grabs on squirming dogs while you wait for the lure to be reset.
Our coursing lead will keep you and your bunny chaser confident and comfortable on the start line.
Welcome to your personalized coursing lead.
How do you use a lure coursing slip lead?
A coursing lead is intended only to be used for lure coursing or chase ability events. On the start line, you thread the leash through the collar D rings to gain effective control of your dog as they struggle to break free and run after the lure. When you release one hand from the leash, your dog is instantaneously naked and free to power down the course after the lure.
Building your Lead
Coursing leads thread the best when the collar is 1.5″ wide, because the D rings have more space inside them to maneuver the leash. For this reason, we do not recommend selecting a 1″ collar unless it is absolutely necessary.
If you are looking for a non-customized coursing lead or would prefer to get a lead on short notice, check out our Ready to Ship coursing leashes.
Slip Collar Embroidery
The collar of your slip lead is personalized with embroidery. Up to 10 embroidery text characters (including spaces) are included with your purchase. You can choose the color and font for the ultimate control in designing your perfect leash. Alternatively, if you’d like to leave that to the expert, just select “Brie’s choice” and Brie will choose on your behalf.
Need some extra flare? You can add our signature embroidery symbols to your new quick release lead.
About lure coursing
Lure coursing was originally developed to demonstrate the historical work of sighthounds. However, its new sister sports are intended for all breeds of dogs to enjoy the thrill of chasing prey. In the AKC and CKC, the new sports of Chase Ability Tests (CAT), Fast CAT, and Sprinter are providing the ultimate opportunity for all breeds of dog to demonstrate their prey drive!
Release Slip Reviews
Our personalized coursing lead has consistently been our bestselling lure coursing leash. The symmetrical double-D-ring design makes it suitable for both right and left-handed releasers. The design also makes it possible to use with a one-handed thread or a two-handed thread, according to your preference.
Check out the reviews from our pack members. The personalized touches makes it the first choice of our competitors participating in chase ability and lure coursing sports.
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These reviews from the Snuffles & Tugs Pack will help you decide if this slip leash is right for you and your coursing dog.
Measure your hound’s neck under the chin and behind the ears. This is the smallest part of their neck. Order the size that is 1 Inch smaller than this neck measurement. If your dog measures between sizes, size down. Choose a 1.5″ wide collar webbing for optimal threading. 1″ wide collars should only be chosen where absolutely necessary when the dog has a very short neck.
Processing times | Coursing Leads for Sighthounds
Handcrafting your personalized coursing slip takes time. In order to get each detail right on your lead, Brie typically takes 2 to 3 weeks to complete and ship custom orders. However, processing times do vary by the time of year and number of orders that Brie is working on. Double check the current processing time in the store banner. If you are on a deadline, we suggest that you rush your order. Rush service will have your order skip the processing queue.
When you place an order for a lure coursing leash, please check your email regularly. Brie will keep you posted on her progress as she creates your quick release leash.
Coursing Leashes are Quality Guaranteed
Brie will construct your coursing lead from scratch when you order, according to your color choices and embroidery specifications.
Brie uses carefully picked materials to create a coursing lead that is long lasting and stylish. Quality is priority!