Basic Aluminum Cribbing Muzzle

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Basic Aluminum Cribbing Muzzle


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Product Summary:

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Nylon web muzzle comes with a rubber disc insert to convert to grazing muzzle as needed.  Padded noseband.  Four straps with "quick grip" fasteners attach to your halter.  Lightweight and strong aluminum frame. 
Horse size. 800-1100lbs

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Get what you pay for After modification, I have been very happy with this. The velcro straps are not designed for tear away, they are designed to keep the muzzle on the halter. Which is what I want. I find that the horse gets exercise and is not shut up in the corral and depressed. I did have to have the bars replaced with steel and welded in place. My horses popped the aluminum ones out or bent them. My horse wears it daily for three months straight in the spring and I take it off at night. He does get some grass, but not much and is happy to go out with the other horses and come in at night for his hay. This has kept him from foundering for five years now. I now need a new one because he has worn though the web at the bottom. March 2, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Good idea but....I need an insert My horse would not except the mesh grazing muzzle so this muzzle seemed like it would be a great idea. I could get him use to wearing a muzzle then put the insert in. Well it was a great idea until we lost the insert. I have not been able to find just the insert so unless I buy a whole new muzzle, it's worthless. June 25, 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cribbing muzzle We got this for our 16 hand paint to cribbs endlessly. Principle is great, construction leaves lot to be desired. Breakaway's don't. We found the gelding dragging a 4 foot gate, the bars had hooked on the hinge and he pulled the gate off the hinges. Even the leather halter didn't break. Aluminum posts only lasted two months before he broke them. So great idea, poor construction. Guess I'll try the more expensive one. Let you know how that works. June 14, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by OK I have to replace this every 3 months or so. My horse tears the fabric on the sides, the velcro rips or bends the aluminum. He broke one of the bars off one of them. Unfortunately this is my only option. April 13, 2010
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I use them every summer and they are nice
Bernadette B on Nov 30, 2015
Bought in case of a need. Have not had to use yet so can not comment on quality.
NANCY P on Feb 11, 2015
We have a bully in the pasture who bites all the other horses!!! hope this prevents the biting.
lynn r on May 2, 2015
Our gelding gets bored and likes to eat the bark off our maple trees in his pasture. He doesn't crib but he's just a pig when it comes to eating. This allows him to eat but keeps his teeth off the tree. We don't use the black round insert.
Alan F on Feb 7, 2015
does this come in a mini size?
Karry T on Sep 29, 2014
Best Answer: Did not see a mini size when I ordered, but don't have a mini. Bought for Arabians and Paint that chew on any wood they can find. Have not used yet due to covering the wood with wire which has stopped them from chewing for now. Would be my last resort to use the muzzle if nothing else worked and wanted it on hand. Must do some training first before just placing on the horse. Some horses would freak out if not introduced first.
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need a muzzle for my 7 month old colt so he doesn't nurse. What can I use ? I have them separated and have had for 3 months now. I need to bring them all together now for winter and don't want him to start sucking again.
A shopper on Oct 26, 2014
Best Answer: Might've too big for a young horse. There is potential for getting muzzle caught on things so I recommend a leather breakaway on the crown piece or a light leather halter. My horse cribbed and managed to break the times on the aluminium piece creating sharp edges Would suggest putting bad tasting stuff in teats
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Will this fit my Cob size Morgan?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
Best Answer: Because of the design mine fits my 15hh qh mare as well as my 14.3 2 year old qh and even fits my 17hh warmblood. Wonderful construction and none of them have managed to Houdini out of it to date.
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