Grab Strap

$7.12
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Black

$7.12

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Brown

$7.12

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Product Summary:

Easily attached to Saddles. Made in durable and long lasting rounded leather.
 
Item measures 15¼" long with buckles at both ends.  Inside measurement, when attached to rings, is 11".

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Security
Love it. Not used to riding English saddle so this gives me feeling of security
September 21, 2017
Purchased
5 months ago
What can you say - every one needs this on their saddle. Good quality leather.
December 8, 2016
I bought this for my lesson kids a couple months ago. They cling to it frequently (lol) and it still looks brand new. Very helpful, great quality!
October 12, 2016
A little extra security...
I have one in black for my dressage saddle and in brown for my jumping saddle. My mare has a HUGE trot, which can sometimes be hard to sit. I like to have the strap so I don't accidentally pull on her mouth if I get unbalanced. It is nice to have when riding green or spooky horses too, in case things get a little wild.For those of you who are having problems with a bulge under your leg, check your position and saddle fit. Either you have your stirrup leathers to short, which jacks up your knee/thigh or you are riding in a saddle that is too small for you. The d rings should never be under your leg to begin with, so the bulge that the strap causes should not interfere with your leg at all..
September 15, 2014
great grap strap
really cool strap. my husband is still new in the saddle and feals much more secure with something to grab onto. this made it so he doesn't go running back for his western saddle as much. A great aid for transitioning from western, aslo great for my kids I've found! I am ordering a few more. I keep trading off grap straps between saddles. I even put one on my saddle for the convenience of carrying my saddle over my shoulder now.
October 15, 2013
a reminder to those looking to buy
this is an excellent product, those of you who have bumps under your thighs, that is from you being in an impropper position and gripping with your knees too much.
October 27, 2012
Updated Review! Very uncomfortable to post in!
I had my first lesson since buying the grag strap and the "bump" it creates under your thigh (where it attaches to the D-ring) is extremely uncomfortable, I actually have a bruise the next day from posting. I should also note that I am new to English so maybe I haven't developed the correct muscles yet but I don't think that would help with the fact that I am bruised. Otherwise its really nice, but I'll ride one more lesson with it and if I bruise again I'll remove it.
July 27, 2012
Creates bump under thighs
Looked very nice on my black Wintec saddle, but where it attaches to the D-rings, it does create a bump under your thighs. I rode with it yesterday (nothing extreme just walk/trot due to footing conditions) and it didn't really bother me but not sure for more extreme riding (cantering/jumping, etc.). I'll re-review if I have issues in the future. Perfect size though.
July 25, 2012
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We use Grab straps on all of our lesson saddles for our lesson students
Granger D on Dec 14, 2017
For beginner riders, gives them something to hang onto when unbalanced that is NOT the horse's face.
LYNN V on Jul 11, 2014
We use Grab straps on all of our lesson saddles for our lesson students
Granger D on Dec 14, 2017
am teaching small kids
Linda W on Apr 22, 2017
For beginner riders, gives them something to hang onto when unbalanced that is NOT the horse's face.
LYNN V on Jul 11, 2014
For safety
LISA B on May 29, 2014
Ok I guess works on aussie saddle
valerie p on Apr 24, 2014
It's an excellent price on horse.com compared to SmartPak. THis strap has help up very nicely and seems to still be new.
TIFFANY K on Feb 25, 2014
am teaching small kids
Linda W on Apr 22, 2017
For safety
LISA B on May 29, 2014
shape of strap?
A shopper on Jan 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Stiff but flexible; bends to a semi-u shape. Great if you want to give your hands a replacement activity from grabbing the reins
Does the measurement mean 151/s4 long with the straps extended out of the buckles? and 11 inches when attached to the D rings?.
Michelle on Dec 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The strap itself is 15.25" long tip to tip. When attached to the saddle, the inside curve measures 11".
Can you add a black grab strap ($7.64) to my order: W8214528?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: For any order issues/ questions please call customer service at 1.888.809.0751.