Mustang Fleece Nylon Pawing Kicking Chain

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Mustang Fleece Nylon Pawing Kicking Chain


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Product Summary:

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Mustang Fleece Nylon Pawing Kicking Chain
Humanely discourage kicking and pawing with Mustang's easy to use chain. Comfortable fleece covered nylon attachment is quickly put on the horse with the double locking Velcro closure. Stays safely in place until you remove it. 12" long nickel plated chain.
  • Humanely discourages kicking and pawing
  • Easy to use
  • Double locking Velcro closure
Item Specifications:
Fleece covered nylon
Nickel plated chain

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good price, but needs adjustment Bought these for a horse that kicks the stall wall and paws while in the trailer. I put them on one time and have not put them on again. I have heard the chains work really well, but when I got these put on my horse, the first time he stepped on the chain the outer velcro flap came undone. This is because the ring holding the chain is sewn into the outer velcro flap of the velcro sandwich. I am sure they would stay on without issue if the ring were sewn on differently. I plan on removing the ring from the velcro flap and putting it on elsewhere on the nylon in hopes of still being able to use the chain. April 16, 2013
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My favorite riding filly is a horrible pawer. Hopefully, this will discourage her!
E R on Sep 25, 2014