Cashel Fleece Ring Master Cinch Covers

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Cashel Fleece Ring Master Cinch Covers

$13.99

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Product Summary:

Like the original Cashel® Ring Master, but made from 100% sheepskin. Helps protect your cinch hardware from pinching and chafing your horse. Simply wraps around the ring and attaches with convenient leather ties to ensure your horse’s comfort under the saddle. Sold in pairs.
 
Size:  10" long, 5.25" wide, and 0.25" thick. 
 
Cleaning instructions:  use soap & water-rinse-air dry (oil leather)
Item Number Model Number UPC
E008629 RMF 804381020202

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stayed in place during the ride
October 25, 2017
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10 months ago
Only have used once so far, but they have definitely made the mohair girth more comfy for my cinchy horse!
These were easy to attach to my horse's cinch. I see no reason why they shouldn't last a long time! When I ride outside of the arena, I will make sure to attach them to the cinch well for added security, but I don't think they will go anywhere. My horse didn't stiffen up as much when I tightened up the cinch this time, so hopefully he will be more comfortable and less difficult to cinch! One funny thing was that these, apparently, and rather obviously, smell like sheep. When I brought the covers up to my horse to put them on the cinch, his eyes got really big and he snorted, staring at them. I let him intently smell them until he deemed it acceptable for the "sheep" to touch his belly. If your horse is especially sensitive to smells, this might be something to be aware of!
December 8, 2015
Great Cinch Ring Cover
I got these and they work great, they protect the horse from rubs and stay in place.I had previously purchased the leather backed covers and never used them because they dug into the horses when they moved their legs.
May 21, 2015
Does the trick
I needed something to keep my cinch from pinching and this seems to work. Much of the fleece fell out and I am skeptical about long term durability, but I do trust this brand as a maker of quality products. The leather tie is a little tricky, I had to pull it all the way out of the pad and re-string it between the strings of my cinch, or the entire thing wouldn't have stayed up. This seems to work, but I might have been just as well off saving a few more bucks and buying a different cinch. It's probably worth it if you have one of those ultra expensive Alpaca string cinches, but if you just have a run of the mill string cinch, you might just think about replacing the cinch for not much more money than these cinch covers cost.
October 11, 2013
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Have not used them before, but hope to avoid my horse getting welts from the cinch rings.
LUCY S on Apr 23, 2014
Have not used them before, but hope to avoid my horse getting welts from the cinch rings.
LUCY S on Apr 23, 2014
To pad the rings on my mohair cinches. The filly has pink skin underneath-and it has become clear she needs a bit more protection than just good fit and clean cinches.
CLAIRE S on Mar 26, 2014
To pad the rings on my mohair cinches. The filly has pink skin underneath-and it has become clear she needs a bit more protection than just good fit and clean cinches.
CLAIRE S on Mar 26, 2014
how wide are they?
joy p on Apr 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Laying flat they are about 12", folded over and attached about 4 1/2". You can cut new holes if needed to make the size smaller.