Kincade Raised Running Breastplate

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Product Summary:

Kincade Raised Breastplate

Kincade raised breastplate, when used correctly will help prevent your saddle from sliding back from the correct position.


         Slightly raised breastplate

         Running martingale attachment

         Coordinates with Kincade bridles and saddles


Item Specifications:

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Cob SLT733757 COB 584311 9329028396294
Horse SLT733757 HRS 584312 9329028131833

Product Reviews by Customers

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Runs Large
It's alright quality wise. You get what you pay for. I was looking for something cheap, so I didn't mind at all. It ran extremely large on my 16h cob mare (QHxTB). I had to punch holes in it as far as I could, and it's still a little big and fits oddly.
March 5, 2015
Good Breastplate!
Had to punch a few holes in it but keeps the saddle in place and does it job!
December 11, 2013
Still too big
Quality good, but only available in brown. I tried this on a QH, and the "horse" size was way to big. The part that attatches to the cinch hung down way to far, and was way too loose. It hung down to his knees.
November 20, 2011
This is a great breast plate it keeps my saddle from sliding back and doesnt rub on my horse like other one's do but the only thing is it doesnt come in black so it would match a brown saddle best!
October 14, 2010
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