Basic Nickel Plaited Stud Chain 20 Inch

$3.89
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Basic Nickel Plaited Stud Chain 20 Inch

$3.89

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Product Summary:

Training chains have a 1 wide swivel eye. Sold individually.
 
30" also available.  Please see item# SLT733570.
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT700659 148931CS 765839003997

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Like for taking to horse shows to secure stall gates for over night stabling.
Terressa M on Jul 9, 2018
needed a 20" chain
Britne M on Jun 23, 2018
Like for taking to horse shows to secure stall gates for over night stabling.
Terressa M on Jul 9, 2018
To assist the Ferrier. My mare has issues with getting her feet worked on. I am trying to move away from sedating her every time she needs to be shoed.
Laurence M on Jul 5, 2018
needed a 20" chain
Britne M on Jun 23, 2018
To get some ground manners in place with this champion western dressage morgan who hasn't been ridden in two years! It worked!
Dena W on Jul 18, 2017
I like these chains at the end of my lead ropes. My horses are trained to move when the chain is giggled from my hand
Maria C on Apr 22, 2014
I'm not sure really. Hope I know what I'm doing.
CYNTHIA H on Apr 6, 2014
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Richard M on Apr 6, 2014
To stop a horse from snatching out of my hand
CHRISTINA B on Mar 10, 2014
To assist the Ferrier. My mare has issues with getting her feet worked on. I am trying to move away from sedating her every time she needs to be shoed.
Laurence M on Jul 5, 2018
To get some ground manners in place with this champion western dressage morgan who hasn't been ridden in two years! It worked!
Dena W on Jul 18, 2017