Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap

$29.99
Regularly: $34.99
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Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap

$29.99

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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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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best for the money Got a rescued horse that cribbed. I got the above collar and exceeded all my expectations of a cribbing collar. Does work! Price is right! January 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by It Works! I was disappointed to find that my 4 y/o OTTB was a cribber. Though mild, she would still go to the fence after exercise and meals. I am happy I made the choice to purchase this product. I could see the immediate frustration cross her face when my mare found out she couldn't crib with the collar on. It does not rub, the leather is thick and durable but best of all it doesn't have to be nearly as tight as other styles. Because of this however, it does slip around. But whenever I put it back on, I simply braid a yarn in my mare's mane and then secure it to the cribbing collar to hold it in place. It works!! October 19, 2010
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