Cody Cheek from fairbanks AK
My favorite lesson horse (that i'm soon buying) cribs like a fiend, it's sad really, and he'll crib all day with this, but he doesn't colic, which is insanely important, because he colics almost immediately, he can make the noise, and do the motion, but he cant get any air, which is good. it has given him several abrasions though, but that's because his owner left the collar dirty and him sweaty and set him outside for three weeks and nobody rode him (it was nasty, poor boy) but bottom line, keeps them from colicing, but won't save a fence. 1 pet approval because he hates it.
Babybaby1900 from Colorado
0 out of 1 found this review helpful
My horse was not a terrible cribber, but she did indeed colic with her previous owner! I got this ribbing collar, and it works wonders for her! Although, the cribbing collar was giving her sores, so I got the fleece covers! Most people say that they don't help, but if you put them on right, they get rid of the sores. The only problem with the fleece covers is that they get dirty quickly, but they are machine washable! :)
wildhorses1989 from Temecula, CA
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Bought this for my TB mare. She wore it and it started leaving marks. The fleece they sell to cover doesn't cover the spot under the neck so of course it rubbed her neck. It ended up rubbing her neck raw and fur came off. Her skin actually was stuck to the collar. I tried loosening but that didnt work. I do not reccomend this to anyone!
lauren from yakima wa
1 out of 4 found this review helpful
Get a dif collide this one sucks it just made his hair fall off and make him mad and he just ignors it
LilyBoo7 from Sedalia, CO
0 out of 2 found this review helpful
I have a mare that used to crib all the time, but with the collar, she never tries to crib. It did leave really bad sores for a while but the fleece covers fixed that problem! Great product that does it's job fantastically!
A Horse Girl from Alabama
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
Keeps my horse from colicing from sucking in too much air. Works effectively and immediately, but does cause some sores. The fleece covers you can buy separately do not cover the spots that have the sores. Don't really know what to do.
Unhappy customer from Tornado Alley
3 out of 4 found this review helpful
I got this cribbing collar for my 6 year old gelding, and it worked pretty good for the first 2 weeks (on hole number 5-7 can't remember) And then I had to tighten it to hole number 9 which scared me way too bad. It just look way too tight and inhumane. Plus it was rubbing his browband area. So I returned it and instead bought a Rusty Dare Cribbing Collar. I am WAY happier with it. It totally stopped him from cribbing 100% If you want to keep your horse from cribbing, get a Rusty Dare Cribbing Collar, not this one.
Cribber owner from Tornado Alley
1 out of 3 found this review helpful
I own a paint horse that cribs. It's not a severe case, but it's not very mild either. His old owner let him crib, so some of his teeth have worn down. So I bought this. It worked pretty good for the first 2 weeks. Then I had to tighten it. A LOT. I eventually had to tighten it so much it scared me. SO I returned it. Don't buy this thing. I got a Rusty Dare Cribbing Collar instead, and it's amazing. My horse will try (not often at all) but he can't crib!!
1 out of 3 found this review helpful
We had problems adjusting it enough to get our horse to stop cribbing. It got wet and was too loose, then dried and was too tight and he laid down and refused to eat. We took it off and will not be putting it on again. Honestly you'd be better off letting your horse crib. Very disappointing.
ETtheOutlaw from Oklahoma
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
This collar is accurately named, it has definitely been a miracle for my cribbing horse. Since he has been wearing it I have not even seen him ATTEMPT to crib, not even once. The collar got wet and the leather did stretch out a bit, so it had to be retightened. Keep in mind that the front strap in front of the ears is what stops the cribbing, so it must remain pretty tight to work. The neck strap merely holds the collar in place, so make sure you can put two fingers between it and your horse's throat. It may seem expensive for what it is, just a couple of straps of leather, but it is WORTH EVERY PENNY! You will not spend any more money on anything else to stop cribbing, this collar works immediately and is all you need. Stateline also has the best price...it was $50 at my local Tractor Supply store.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful