Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap

$42.99
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Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap

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Product Summary:

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by Tory Leather

A 2" wide russet leather band has a covered steel plate that fits over the windpipe. Five adjustments insure a good fit. Horse size. U.S.A.
 
Size: Average Horse 800-1100lbs 

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Bought one before and it works well for my thoroughbred. it is loose but doesn't affect how good a job it does.
Karen V on May 6, 2014
I have a dedicated cribber and this style is the one that works for him. It was purchased to replace his worn one.
Jennifer W on Apr 23, 2014
How do you use this cribbing devise?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2014
Best Answer: I use it to prevent my Saddlebred from cribbing. He has a bad habit of doing it, and he also has a tendency to have gas colic as a result of sucking in air when he cribs. How to put it on: stand at the horse's left. Postition the bottom portion that is reinforced with metal directly underneath the horse's throat. Hold the buckle end in your left hand, and with your right hand bring the strap end over the horse's head, directly behind his ears. Fasten the strap end into the buckle. This has really helped my horse. He still goes through the motions and tries to crib, but the strap prevents him from taking in air. He can eat and drink perfectly well with the strap on. The onlyh time I take it off is when he is in turnout (and there are no wood fences for him to crib on) and when I am working him.

I wrapped much of the cribbing strap with latex so it would not slip. You will have to experiment to see how tight you need to have it on to prevent it from slipping. I had my vet show me, beccause I was worreid I would fasten it too tightly.

My horse has not had a gas colic since (knock on wood).
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