Helps control cribbing. Aluminum throat piece with webbing and nickel-plated buckle. Read More
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When my wife and I became horse owners in 1998, we were under the impression nothing could be easier. “Provide some grain, hay, shelter, hoof care and water,” I said, “and that’s about all there is to it.” We knew we had to train them to be able to ride them, but people like John Lyons or Pat Parelli provided workshops for that. A piece of cake, right? Wrong...
Made in China
- Brand: Jeffers
- Type: Cribbing
"Beware of webbing"
Why would anyone use a cribbing collar with a synthetic strap? So dangerous! Leather straps break if the horse gets caught on something; nylon and other synthetic materials don't break and they will hang your horse -- literally. Spend another $15 and get one with a leather strap. You'll sleep better knowing your horse is safe.
I have bought a few of these collars. They have held up good thru the years. Sometimes they are too long to fit snug, so we tie a knot in the strap. It is a very economial way to prevent cribbing. I rotate collars on the bad cribbers to prevent sores.