Mustang Cowboy String Running Martingale

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Mustang Cowboy String Running Martingale
Mustang Cowboy String Running Martingale is designed for durability.  This simple, yet effective tool is perfect for developing young horses and maintaining finished ones. Helps with accuracy and precision in developing light mouths. White poly string martingale has nickel plated rings and bolt snap cinch connector. Adjustable neck string secures the forks by running through the gullet and over the saddle horn.
  • Durable
  • Helps develop light mouths
  • Adjustable neck string
Item Specifications:
Poly string

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Jeanelle C on Sep 16, 2015
Simple design
LuAnn F on Oct 26, 2014
It was the cheaper option and the reviews weren't terrible.
jillian d on Sep 2, 2015
good price
Kim B on Oct 21, 2014
Is the quality good? I feel like the string might break...
Jess S on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: I used mine almost daily for 60 days or so. My mare was really hot so there was some pressure on the martingale and it did not break. I stopped using it when I finally felt like I had enough control without it. The string that makes the martingale is fairly strong and this is much cheaper then a leather martingale and lighter and less expensive then the nylon ones available. You do need to be careful how you hang up the martingale when you are done with it- I didn't pay attention a few times and it become a little tangled up.
Reply · Report · Coleen M on Jan 6, 2015
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I have a older gelding new to me, he is tossing his head and I have never had to use anything like a martingale or tie down, can someone explain to me exactly how I would put this on? Thank you
Linda C on Jun 6, 2015
Best Answer: This should only be used with a snaffle bit; no shank bits. You may want to check if your current bit is pinching your gelding or is too loose and hanging in his mouth, or he may need his teeth floated. If these are not the problem causing the tossing, than this product may help, but it also may not as a horse can still toss it's head while using this. You would place the large circle piece over his head and up his neck, I usually tie baling twine to it with a loop on the other end to place on the horn of the saddle because it can slide down and you do not want this to happen. The piece with the snap on the end attaches to the ring on the underside of your girth, so this piece would go between your horses front legs. Your split reins would go through the rings and you would use them as normal. You should keep direct contact with your horse; not too tight or not too loose.
Reply · Report · Amy A on Jun 6, 2015
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how small does it adjust down to?
Melanie H on May 10, 2014
Best Answer: The martingale has knots on the top loop (that goes around the horses neck) that can be adjusted to whatever length you want. The piece that extends underneath to the girth also has a knot in it to adjust to whatever length you want. And the pieces that attach to the rings can be cut and re-tied if you want them to be shorter. Essentially, you could make this martingale yourself with some rope and knowledge of knots. For me, it was just easier to buy it pre-made. I love mine. It helps reduce my 15.3 hand QH's head tossing. It fit him perfectly out of the box. Hope that helps!
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