Silver Fox Raised Standing Martingale

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Silver Fox Raised Standing Martingale


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Silver Fox Standing Martingale 
Quality brown leather martingale with adjustment at girth and around the neck. 
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I needed something of a good quality, that I could start off with and hopefully stick to, it was at an amazing price, I could afford it, im soo excited, and I heard really good reviews. :)
Jennifer S on Jun 8, 2014
Necessary item, an good price.
JoAnn S on Feb 9, 2014
does this loop around the girth or attach to the d ring?
emily mallon on Jan 11, 2014
Best Answer: Standing martingales always loop around the girth then to the noseband of the bridle.
Reply · Report · Colleen H on Jan 22, 2014
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Hello - I'm not very experienced horseperson so I need to ask how the noseband is applied to the horse. Does the loop slip over the nose like a halter, or does it unbuckle or somehow open up before putting on horse? Thank you
A shopper on Nov 23, 2014
Best Answer: A standing martingale is meant to be attached to the noseband on an English bridle. The martingale itself is not equipped with a noseband. The larger loop slides over the horses head and goes along the neck (thinner piece of leather), the smallest loop attaches to the horses noseband by unbuckling the noseband and slipping it through, and finally the end of the actual martingale attaches to the girth by sliding the girth through the loop. The length of the martingale from the noseband to the girth needs to be adjusted according to the horses size. This particular martingale runs a little small, so depending on the size of your horse it may not fit.
Reply · Report · Brooke M on Nov 24, 2014
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