Tough-1 Nylon Lunging Stirrup Keeper

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Tough-1 Nylon Lunging Stirrup Keeper

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Product Summary:

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Easily attaches to any saddle stirrups to prevent bounce. 1" ribbed cotton webbing. Dee rings for easy adjustment. Prevents stirrup bounce when lunging and/or ground driving.
 
Color: Brown

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It doubles as a lunging attachment
Jacqueline T on Sep 25, 2015
To keep my stirrups in place and it performs it's job well. Works well to hold western stirrups under horses belly too for driving a youngster.
NANCY P on Feb 11, 2015
My Wintec 250 saddle has webbers, and I wanted a surer way to keep the stirrups up and away from my horse's sides while longeing. These work well for that purpose.
JILL S on Aug 11, 2015
good reviews
Laurelee O on Sep 22, 2014
Is this stirrup keeper strap long enough for western saddles by attaching under the belly behind the cinch?
Roni K on Feb 21, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Roni K,

I bought it to hold stirrups up on my dressage saddle. Stirrups always slipped down when lounged horse. I also wanted it to hold my western stirrups together under the horse's belly when driving my three year old Arabian filly instead of always tying some string or rope. I have tried it for the dressage saddle and it works real well and is of good quality. I even was able to run my driving lines through the stirrups too and it held them in place with no stirrup slippage. I have yet to try to hold the western stirrups together due to weather and not being able to find a properly fitting saddle for my Arabian. Have recently found a saddle and will try it out soon. I believe it will fit or could be adjusted somehow to fit for this use if that is what you were wanting to use it for. Hope this helps.
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