Basic Nylon Felt Lined Hobbles

$9.07
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Basic Nylon Felt Lined Hobbles

$9.07

Buy 2 or more, each at $8.34
Buy 3 or more, each at $8.16
Buy 6 or more, each at $7.98

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Shipping weight = 0.75 lb.

Product Summary:

Doubled and stitched, 2" wide nylon with hospital felt lining. Buckle adjustment on each leg band.

Retail value: $18.50

Item Number Model Number UPC
BRK12 165005 641997139986

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try to hobble instead of tying to trees
Kristal B on Jul 21, 2017
To cut apart to us for picket hobble for single horse.
dan j on Jun 1, 2015
try to hobble instead of tying to trees
Kristal B on Jul 21, 2017
crazy mule
Billy E J on Oct 12, 2016
To cut apart to us for picket hobble for single horse.
dan j on Jun 1, 2015
Basic. Strong. Did the job
Douglas M on Apr 8, 2015
Price
BRETT B on Feb 24, 2014
crazy mule
Billy E J on Oct 12, 2016
Basic. Strong. Did the job
Douglas M on Apr 8, 2015
Looking for rear kicking chains to stop a cronic kicker?
A shopper on Apr 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If your horse kicks with a front foot, these hobbles will probably work fine. They are well made and when placed around the pasterns, the horse will know better than to try to kick.

If the horse kicks from his rear feet, these probably won't work and may trip him up so that he injures itself badly. You might look into something else like breeding hobbles.

My horse cow-kicked me a couple of days ago. He is very spoiled, but now I am in the process or showing him who the boss is. I carry a stout stick and tap him with it to remind him that while I love him, I'm meaner than he is and am prepared to hit him hard where it will hurt if he even thinks of kicking me again.