Stainless Steel Curb Chain 24 Link

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Stainless Steel Curb Chain 24 Link


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Product Summary:

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Stainless steel. Double link flat chain.
Size:  8½" Long

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I liked the fact that this is stainless.
A M on Jul 8, 2015
I am trying to get my own tack rather than share.
Beverley S on Dec 1, 2014
I have used them for years and needed more.
Bessie R on Jan 9, 2015
This is the same kind used by horses former owner.
Karen L on Aug 2, 2014
is a single link flat curb chain more severe than a flat double link curb chain?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2015
Best Answer: Very good question. I had to google this question because I wasn't exactly sure. I always believed the thicker larger rings would be less severe on horse and that was always my goal along with rider's safety. Over 45 years working with trainers, being a 4-H mom and riding and training, both types of chains always worked well with proper adjustment of bridle and gentle hands while riding. Here is how Wikipedia explains the curb chains..."Curb chains vary in width and linkage. Thinner curb chains are more severe, ones that are too thin are banned in competition, and any curb chain could cause sores if the chain is not adjusted properly and used with discretion. For horses that are sensitive or that are rubbed by the chain, a cover made of rubber, neoprene, leather, or gel can be used, or a leather curb strap. However, it is important that the rider check that the curb is being used correctly and is not the cause of the rubs."
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