Western Double Chain Curb Strap

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Western Double Chain Curb Strap


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Product Summary:

Latigo Leather Double Curb Chain.  5/8" width adjustable average horse size.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E003926 180283BG 765839802835

Product Reviews by Customers

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Needed for 2 new bits
Donna P on Jul 26, 2019
I need a chain curb strap and I like the double chain.
Jeri W on Feb 25, 2019
Needed for 2 new bits
Donna P on Jul 26, 2019
4h legal, nice to have around
Kevin C on Mar 5, 2019
I need a chain curb strap and I like the double chain.
Jeri W on Feb 25, 2019
need one
Tracy O on Feb 18, 2019
Getting together all my training setups.
Shining S on Jan 30, 2019
Had good reviews and price was right.
Elizabeth C on Dec 20, 2018
Needed it
Mikaela F on Dec 6, 2018
new bridle for my gelding.
Amanda M on Dec 1, 2018
needed to put on my new bit
William L on Dec 1, 2018
needed some and was ordering other stuff
Calvin R on Nov 12, 2018
SHELLEY H on Nov 5, 2018
best curb chain around for the price
Steven E on Oct 17, 2018
Use them on all of my western bits
Susanne L on Oct 9, 2018
needed it.
Robbie M on Jul 19, 2018
needed for Horse
CHRISTINA T on Jul 10, 2018
We use this on all of our bits and headstalls.
AMANDA S on Jun 4, 2018
I need one of these for a new headstall and the price is good. I like to try different brands of things to see their quality and durability.
Kristiina F on Mar 28, 2018
Price and what I prefer
Bill B on Mar 16, 2018
easy to take on and off, reliable
LaDean D on Mar 3, 2018
need for 4h
Andriana H on Feb 23, 2018
I use this standard curb strap with all of my bits, it is firm but not harsh.
Kristina L on Feb 13, 2018
New horse needs equipment! Wanted brown. Chose Weaver due to quality!
Phyllis N on Jan 17, 2018
I like a double chain and this has the smaller buckle so hoping it will be perfect!
Cindy C on May 8, 2017
Looking for a shorter curb strap
Debra M on Dec 22, 2016
good to have on hand, you never know when you or a friend will need one..
Robin D on Oct 11, 2016
I need this item because after 20 yrs., I could use a new curb stap,
Edward A. G on Sep 2, 2016
Nichole G on Jun 28, 2016
this curb strap looks effective without being severe.
Susan B on Jun 16, 2016
to give my bit a little more stopping power
GRACIE C on May 17, 2016
Spares. JW
John M on Apr 10, 2016
Good price to have extras
Corine C on Sep 14, 2015
cheap and nice
Brianna D on May 19, 2015
Less chance of digging into horse with double chains
J G on May 4, 2015
good product
Laurie L on Dec 21, 2014
The price as well as style.
Judy D on Dec 4, 2014
Hers is old and rusty, wanted something new to go with the new bit!
Deborah V on Oct 23, 2014
We are required to use a curb strap in 4-H. This was a good price
Sandy H on May 15, 2014
it is one of the many things I needed to update my tack
Deborah B on Mar 31, 2014
I prefer the double chain that lays flat and the leather.
TERRY L on Mar 21, 2014
Suggested by trainer.
Patricia G on Feb 21, 2014
price and matched my headstall
Susan K on Feb 8, 2014
4h legal, nice to have around
Kevin C on Mar 5, 2019
need one
Tracy O on Feb 18, 2019
We are new to taking care of our own horses. What is the Western Double Chain Curb Snap used for?
Karen on Apr 10, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The curb strap prevents the bit from rotating too far in the horse's mouth, which may be very uncomfortable, especially if there is a large spoon or port on the mouthpiece of the bit. The curb chain limits the pressure on the upper palate of the horse's mouth as the mouthpiece rotates. The pressure under the chin also pulls the bit down against the bars of the horse's mouth, amplifying the rein aids. Proper adjustment of the curb chain is very important. If the curb chain is too tight, there will be constant uncomfortable pressure on the horse's chin groove and bars of the mouth. The rein aids will be exaggerated, which could cause the horse to toss its head or open its mouth to escape the pressure.

If the chain or strap is too loose or left off altogether the leverage action of the bit won't be as effective. If there is a port or spoon on the bit, it can be pulled against the roof of the horse’s mouth sharply, causing the horse pain. The curb strap or chain should be done up so that when the reins are pulled, the shanks of the bit don't rotate beyond 45 degrees. Many people use the width of two fingers between the horse's chin groove and the strap or chain to estimate how tight the chain is. But this only an approximation after you've checked that the shanks will rotate about 45 degrees.
how long is it? i have a lg quarter horse
danielle w on Oct 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It’s long, I had to add a hole on both sides to fit my 16 hh paint
What is the length of the chain? Any idea what metal is used for the chain itself? Thanks.
J E on Jul 22, 2017
What color is the leather?
Samantha D on May 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I just received mine...it’s not brown it’s burgundy. I wish the site would indicate the color or provide color choice...it sticks out like a sore thumb on my bridle.