Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap

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Tory Harness Leather French Style Cribbing Strap


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Product Summary:

by Tory Leather

A 2" wide russet leather band has a covered steel plate that fits over the windpipe. Five adjustments insure a good fit. Horse size. U.S.A.
Size: Average Horse 800-1100lbs 
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT720640 814 723161814247

Product Reviews by Customers

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It works!
The collar is well made of good quality leather. It's appearance is better than the Miracle Collar. The best part is that it works. We had to add a few holes to tighten it for a thin necked horse but that was not difficult. So far it is not causing any rubbed spots. I would definitely recommend this collar.
May 17, 2017
Good Quality Product
This cribbing collar is of good quality leather. It comes pretty soft and forms to the horses neck fairly quickly. I have not had it very long but it looks like it should hold up well.
December 28, 2016
Awesome Strap
Stopped my 17 hh Warmblood gelding's cribbing immediately. Amazing result after I'd previously used a different strap to no avail. If attached properly, this French style strap takes care of business. The horse puts his teeth on the wood, realized he can't inhale and stops cribbing right away. The strap needs to sit firm and tight on the horse, however, still allows him to graze and drink. It can even stay on when he is being fed as long as the feed bucket is on the ground and his neck is all stretched out. The leather quality is excellent; so is the craftsmanship. I highly recommend this cribbing strap.
May 27, 2014
Had to return 2 in a row.
I had purchased a Tory Harness leather cribbing strap about a year ago for my gelding and it held up pretty well to his perpetual cribbing habit and his uber playful pasture mate. It kept him from getting too much air which he could still do with the Miracle collar. The Tory unit I recently bought was much thinner, less sturdy and contained rivets where the last one had none. It was also missing a rivet at the buckle so I returned it (easy return process btw- thanks Stateline!). The replacement product also had a rivel issue and the stitching at the buckle was coming undone. Return #2 and will search for a different product. Perhaps faulty manufacturing by Tory??
March 11, 2014
This product great for price.
I have a small arab-quarter and have never needed anything for a cribbing horse. I purchased the collar and it seems to work great although she has figured that she can twist it if she puts her head just right. We keep an eye for this and added a hole between two others. She is adjusting to it.
December 5, 2013
The strap its self is excellent. It just always wants to get sideways on my horse. Maybe need to punch a couple new holes in it. But the quality is excellent.
October 15, 2013
I really like this product. It stopped the cribbing and wood chewing. I would however say that it runs very large. I put it on the tightest setting for my 16hh 1100lb thoroughbred and it is only just tight enough. Also the collar won't stay in place and rotates some but this does not affect the way it works. Overall it seems to work better than the other collars I've tried with minimal rubbing. Even with the rotation of the collar no more cribbing!
September 6, 2013
The best for the money
Got a rescued horse that cribbed. I got the above collar and exceeded all my expectations of a cribbing collar. Does work! Price is right!
January 9, 2012
It Works!
I was disappointed to find that my 4 y/o OTTB was a cribber. Though mild, she would still go to the fence after exercise and meals. I am happy I made the choice to purchase this product. I could see the immediate frustration cross her face when my mare found out she couldn't crib with the collar on. It does not rub, the leather is thick and durable but best of all it doesn't have to be nearly as tight as other styles. Because of this however, it does slip around. But whenever I put it back on, I simply braid a yarn in my mare's mane and then secure it to the cribbing collar to hold it in place. It works!!
October 19, 2010
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Elizabeth M on Jul 15, 2018
only place I found this type of strap
Robin F on Apr 14, 2017
Elizabeth M on Jul 15, 2018
Needed this style of cribbing strap to put on my horse with a cover to protect a wound on her throat latch
Susanne D on Jun 17, 2017
only place I found this type of strap
Robin F on Apr 14, 2017
I have a cribber and keep a metal collar on him in the summer. I wanted this to use in the winter so I could take the metal one off in the freezing cold.
glenda W on May 15, 2016
I have two horses that crib. The miracle collar was ineffective on one of them. This did the trick, though, and stopped the cribbing immediately.
Lu E on Dec 28, 2015
Bought one before and it works well for my thoroughbred. it is loose but doesn't affect how good a job it does.
Karen V on May 6, 2014
I have a dedicated cribber and this style is the one that works for him. It was purchased to replace his worn one.
Jennifer W on Apr 23, 2014
Needed this style of cribbing strap to put on my horse with a cover to protect a wound on her throat latch
Susanne D on Jun 17, 2017
I have a cribber and keep a metal collar on him in the summer. I wanted this to use in the winter so I could take the metal one off in the freezing cold.
glenda W on May 15, 2016
How do you use this cribbing devise?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I use it to prevent my Saddlebred from cribbing. He has a bad habit of doing it, and he also has a tendency to have gas colic as a result of sucking in air when he cribs. How to put it on: stand at the horse's left. Postition the bottom portion that is reinforced with metal directly underneath the horse's throat. Hold the buckle end in your left hand, and with your right hand bring the strap end over the horse's head, directly behind his ears. Fasten the strap end into the buckle. This has really helped my horse. He still goes through the motions and tries to crib, but the strap prevents him from taking in air. He can eat and drink perfectly well with the strap on. The onlyh time I take it off is when he is in turnout (and there are no wood fences for him to crib on) and when I am working him.

I wrapped much of the cribbing strap with latex so it would not slip. You will have to experiment to see how tight you need to have it on to prevent it from slipping. I had my vet show me, beccause I was worreid I would fasten it too tightly.

My horse has not had a gas colic since (knock on wood).
What is this product used for?
Larry D on Jun 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: it helps curb the habbit of cribbing horses. it does stretch a little after time and may need to have holes punched in it but works well. many crib straps though don't work if the horse cribs high up on a fence and it does have to be farely tight.