Breaking symmetries is crucial when solving hard combinatorial problems. A common way to eliminate symmetries in CP/SAT is to add symmetry breaking constraints. Ideally, symmetry breaking constraints should be complete and compact. The aim of this paper is to find compact and complete symmetry breaks applicable when solving hard combinatorial problems using CP/SAT approach. In particular: graph search problems and matrix model problems where symmetry breaks are often specified in terms of lex constraints. We show that sets of lex constraints can be expressed with only a small portion of their inner lex implications which are a particular form of Horn clauses. We exploit this fact and compute a compact encoding of the row-wise LexLeader and state of the art partial symmetry breaking constraints. We illustrate the approach for graph search problems and matrix model problems.