Kincade Raised Standing Breastplate

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Kincade® Raised Standing Breastplate
Crafted from high quality English leather, the Kincade® raised breastplate, when used correctly will help prevent your saddle from sliding back from the correct position.
  • Slightly raised breastplate
  • Standing martingale attachment
  • Coordinates with Kincade® bridles and saddles 
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Wanted an inexpensive breastplate for schooling. This one actually came with the martingale attachment which was a plus because I needed one of those too. Normally you have to buy those separately.
Monica B on Apr 14, 2014
It looks like a good value. I hope it is the right size
Susan H on Sep 5, 2013
daughter liked the color
TINA B on Dec 9, 2013
difference between cob and full breast plate?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer: A cob size is typically for a smaller horse, - say a small arab less than 15 hands. the full size is usually for a horse larger than 15 hands, typically a thoroughbred or large quarter horse. This product runs large however. My thoroughbred mare is 16 hands and I bought the full size breast plate and it was way too big. It seemed to be sized for a warmblood or horse over 17 hands. I exchanged the full size and bought the cob size and it fit much better but was still a little large. I had to punch holes in the piece that leads from the breast plate to the bridle noseband, and also punched holes in the piece that leads from the breast plate to the cinch area. Otherwise there is too much slack in the martingale as a whole.
Reply · Report · Paula W on Jan 29, 2015
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Does this have clips to attach to the saddle and girth?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
Best Answer: No, but I was able to purchase clips cheaply at the local tack store and attach them without issue.
Reply · Report · Seanna M on Sep 12, 2016
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