Weaver Harness Leather Training Fork Breast Collar

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Weaver Harness Leather Training Fork Breast Collar


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The Weaver Training Fork is a must have training item that’s great for show, roper, and barrel horses. This martingale is constructed from weather resistant, Herman Oak® russet harness leather. The Breast Collar attachment is compatible with the training fork and both work to teach proper head position and flexed at the poll form. Features:• Herman Oak® russet harness leather • Scissor snap ends for easy attachment • 1 ¾” rings • Durable nickel plated hardware. Item Specifications:Size: 1” x 12” Color: Natural

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How do you attach this (on both ends?)

Terri P on Feb 1, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Terri,
In order to attach this fork, you place the snap onto the girth of the saddle (once the girth is synched up, of course, don't hook this to girth without it being tightened around the horses belly) then you run each rein through each ring, (one rein per ring) and there you go. Most western girths and some English girths come with little metal rings in order to snap forks, breast plates, tie downs, etc. to, but in the case that yours does not, state line also sales little leather straps, kind of like an adapter, that you place on the girth and that allows you to snap the fork to it. If you do not have split reins, you will also need to purchase those. If you have never used one of these, our your house had never ridden with one on, make sure your horse is comfortable with this before climbing aboard...stand on the ground to the side of him/her and pull back, evenly, and then one rein at a time, just to ensure he/she isn't going to panic about the new leverage, and pressure placed on his/her mouth, and when you do mount, take it slow and easy, stopping will be a challenge at first because of the new leverage on the horses mouth. Don't use it with a curb bit and chain, only Snaffle!! Hope this helps.
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