Hint: Think of Mechanics of Materials. Thin-Walled Pressure Vessel.
Garden hose has stopped flow. There is constant static pressure and no water hammer. Why does hose have tear in axial direction at the end of the hose?
For thin-walled vessels, hoop stress is 2x larger than longitudinal stress, shown in the formulas below:
Because of this, the hose would be more prone to tear in the axial direction (this is assuming that the hose is not reinforced in any specific loading directions).