Western Nylon Cowboy Noseband


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Product Summary:

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Doubled 3/4” nylon. Both noseband and headstall straps are adjustable.

Product Reviews by Customers

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to keep the mouth shut. remind my mare not to gap her mouth when she is bitted
Carol S on Apr 25, 2015
Great price. I was not able to use it until I altered it. The crownpiece that goes over the poll is super long (long enough for a draft) but the nose piece is on the short side (smaller horse or larger pony). When I altered it, I shortened the buckle side of the crownpiece so it could be shortened to something usable. Thankfully my mare is an Arabian with a petite head so I was able make it work.
Dawn B on Oct 10, 2014
just going to try it.
ANITA C on Jan 1, 2015
These nose Bands are hard to fine and are a must when training colts so they will give to the bit and not fight it so much. Thank you for carrying this product.
Albert M on May 29, 2014
Does it have a ring\d-ring that you can hook a tie down to?
Bryndle B on Apr 20, 2014
Best Answer: No , this noseband does not have a d-ring or ring attachment for a tie down. The only hardware are square buckles for the sizing of the nose band and another one for adjusting the crown. The width of the nylon webbbing is narrow across the muzzle so you may want to find a different stlye for a tie down. This noseband works best for keeping the horses mouth closed or for keeping a snaffle from being pulled through the horses mouth.
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