Weaver Cribbing Collar

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Weaver Leather Miracle Cribbing Collar
 
Patented by an equine dentist, this collar effectively and humanely prevents cribbing. Can be worn comfortably and safely when eating or drinking, with or without a halter, and applies pressure to the larynx only when the horse begins to crib. Unique shape keeps collar in place.  Made in U.S.A.
 
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Sizing:
Small – Small Pony, Weanling, Yearling (200- 600 lbs)
Medium – Large Pony, Cob, Arabian, Average Horse (600- 1,100 lbs)
Large- Warmblood, Draft (1,100- 1,800 lbs) 

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Hoped to reduce our mare's cribbing. Didn't make much difference. Caused a few rub spots, tried the fleece covers but they were not very durable (see my review of that item). After a few months, the metal fasteners on the cross-piece gave out, so we quit using it (it wasn't helping much anyway). Also - the large size is very large. The mare is a Belgian/QH cross and wears an XL fly mask. The collar fit her, but on the second to smallest buckle hole, leaving 6" of strap dangling.
Jane T on Jul 12, 2015
I've bought these for years - they are not as well made as they used to be but they are reasonably effective to decrease cribbing
Cynthia C on Jun 30, 2014
my mare cribs and this deters her
Melissa O on Sep 23, 2014
recommended
Angaleia P on Feb 21, 2014
how to measure?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
Best Answer: I have a thoroughbred and followed the sizing chart and bought a medium. He is about 1125 lbs with the narrow typical thoroughbred head. Plenty of room on the leather straps.
Small – Small Pony, Weanling, Yearling (200- 600 lbs)
Medium – Large Pony, Cob, Arabian, Average Horse (600- 1,100 lbs)
Large- Warmblood, Draft (1,100- 1,800 lbs)
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