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We have chosen to specify “real mohair” along with the percentage of all fibre content(s) since many cinches being sold simply as “mohair” have been shown to have little or no actual mohair present. Thank you so much for the beautiful girth you made for my partner Dan's horse Maverick. He did his first 40km endurance ride on Sunday and did wonderfully AND no rubbing, chaffing or galling. Thank...
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I LOVE (& highly recommend) my 5 star pad because they do not slip & are easily adjusted under a saddle. With the wither relief & contoured top line I know I can count on the perfect fit. I can ride with it in the show pen, a trail ride, or use in training with EASY cleaning just a few times a year. I am very happy with your saddle pads. I now own three 5 star saddle. Your saddle pads have...
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I do not have a 5 star pad. I've looked at them every year at congress but never have been able to get one. My mare is picky, so I want to get what's best for her & to make her feel comfortable while running. I have heard so many great things about the 5 star pad & would love to have one! I had...
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U-Braid-It is a braiding supply company specializing in quality braiding materials, instructional guides, and innovative tools for custom horse tack braiders. "Having quit a career I had spent 14 years building and moving with my husband to a ranch job in Montana, I was a little lost as to what I...
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I try not to use import buckles in the making of my cinches. I want to keep the traditions of the West alive, so I use saddle hardwear and bit and spur makers to make the buckles for my cinches. You are able to choose the ones you want. You can design each cinch to the colors and patterns that...
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Back in the early 1980s I was running a roan gelding in barrels at rodeos, paying my dues, and learning the ropes, so to speak. During a morning slack, TD Roper Paul Tierney asked about my horse, and as we were talking Roy Cooper walked up. Those well respected guys gave me valuable advice that day. They told me that the mohair cord roper style cinches dispersed pressure across the girth area...
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The culture of horsemanship puts great value on the artistry and quality of its “tack”. Tack is equipment – bridles, saddles, halters, cinches, etc. – used to ride and train horses. The cinch (or girth) holds a saddle securely on the horse and is barely visible when in use. Yet its beauty and craftsmanship are its essence. Its value to a dedicated horseman is significant. The cinch is an...
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