Harness Leather Crupper

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Harness Leather Crupper


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Product Summary:

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Harness Leather Crupper

Made of durable leather. This completely adjustable crupper keeps the saddle from sliding forward offering the rider full protection.  Can also be used as a replacement on harness, surcingle or bareback pad.  Measures 35" longest (can add more holes), 29" shortest.
Color: Black

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Love harness leather for use in cruppers. Long-lasting and tough. Needed to keep Australian saddle from slipping on the young horses.
Christine M on Jul 31, 2016
What size are the buckles? Is this crupper filled with flaxseed?
Julia L on Jan 18, 2015
Best Answer: Made of durable leather with buckles that measure 1 to 2" in size
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Jan 28, 2015
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Does this crupper have brass fittings?
A shopper on Apr 11, 2017
Best Answer: The Harness Leather Crupper has brass fittings.
Reply · Report · Mary WTough-1 Expert on Apr 13, 2017
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How does this attach to the saddle? I do not see the T that is usually there.
A shopper on Sep 22, 2015
Best Answer: I had a ring attached to the back of my saddle in the middle.
If riding a western saddle, in a pinch you can run a longer strap under the saddle (over the saddle pad) to the horn and loop it there. If you do this, it is best to use a rear girth to keep the saddle from tipping up going down steep hills. I have found the crupper really helped stop the cinch from pinching behind the front legs and pressure on the withers going downhill. Put the saddle where you want it to stay and make the crupper snug. Check it again when mounted as it loosens up when you put weight in the saddle (I ride with two pads).
I also use a breast collar. I ride 5 to 6 hours at a time in the hills so it really helps keep the horse comfortable. I usually put vaseline under the horses tail so there's no chaffing. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · MELODY H on Sep 22, 2015
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Could you use this for a donkey?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2015
Best Answer: So long as the item would fit properly within the measurements, yes.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Sep 29, 2015
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