Tough-1 Economy Nylon Breeding Hobbles

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Tough-1 Economy Nylon Breeding Hobbles


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Product Summary:

Economy Nylon Breeding Hobbles 
Extra strong nylon web that will not break or chafe. Soft neoprene-like padded adjustable neck strap. Used to keep mare from kicking.  Quick release panic snaps on hock straps with pulley center. Heavy steel hardware.
Item Number Model Number UPC
BRK41 52-1161-0-0 688499114448

Product Reviews by Customers

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the rope kept getting tangled in my mares legs. so i tie a lead rope around her girth and hold it up out of the way. otherwise it did its job.
June 1, 2018
3 months ago

Durability: 5
May 25, 2017
Poor design
Unfortunately these hock hobbles have some serious design flaws. The straps that go around the hocks were so big they would not even stay on a regular sized Quarter Horse. The side with the buckles is far too long also. It would be great if the buckle, once fastened was on the outside of the leg not on the back of the hock. Since I had mares to breed, I did not have time to return these so I had to pay $40 to a saddle maker to have them modified.

Durability: 3
June 7, 2016
Hobbles too BIG!
Bought these hobbles for my cob sized mare in the appropriate size. The hocks pieces are going to have to be cut and extra holes punched and the rope is WAY too long. Am disappointed in the price I paid for what I received and I should have returned them, but didn't feel I could after opening them and trying to use them.
July 28, 2015
Will not hold up to a mare kicking.
We bought these hobbles to use on a mare that had been bred before as a precaution in case she kicked. She is a 15.3 stout QH mare and the hock hobbles could not be adjusted small enough for her. They kept sliding down and we had to punch extra holes in the webbing which didn't let them V correctly. The worst problem though was that she DID kick and BOTH the quick release snaps opened allowing her to kick the stallion repeatedly while he was in a very vulnerable position. He's a very mannerly boy, but couldn't get off the mare fast enough to avoid minor injury. These were not my first option to purchase but mid-range hobbles (+/- $200) are hard to find these days. My recommendation is to pay $450 for a good set and not waste money on this product.
May 22, 2014
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yes, we have. it help keep the horse from getting kick.
alex m on Dec 18, 2015
yes, we have. it help keep the horse from getting kick.
alex m on Dec 18, 2015
I needed breeding hobbles and theses were affordable and could ship along with my order.
Clint D on Apr 1, 2014
I needed breeding hobbles and theses were affordable and could ship along with my order.
Clint D on Apr 1, 2014
How to put these hobbles on?
A shopper on Jul 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Attach the long strap around the mare’s neck the pulley should hang in front of the chest/between the front legs.
Wrap the smaller piece around the hock- from back to front - so the 2 rings are at the front of the hock. There will be 1 strap above the cap of the hock and the other below. Clip the snap on the pulley rope to both rings.
Repeat on opposite hock but run the pulley rope through the rings & tighten until the mares hind legs are squared up under her.
Do not go so tight that she is off balance