Mustang Cowboy String Training Fork

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Mustang Cowboy String Training Fork

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Product Summary:

Mustang Cowboy String Training Fork

Mustang Cowboy String Training Fork-Black braided poly string training fork features brass plated rings and bolt snap cinch connector. The fork is adjustable. This piece of equipment helps to develop and maintain proper head carriage while discouraging head tossing. A standard piece of training equipment for most western discipline trainers.
 
Features:
  • Adjustable fork
  • Helps develop and maintain head carriage
  • Discourages head tossing
Item Specifications:
 
Material:
Poly string
Item Number Model Number UPC
E000352 8735 D 635913009316

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This product is very effective
If your horse has an annoying habit of head tossing like mine, this product works great. My mare soon realized that when she tossed her head she felt pressure on the bit without me having to adjust my hands on the reins at all. I did need to put rubber stops on the reins to prevent the training fork rings from getting caught on the bit. I bought two large rubber washers at the hardware store that work just fine.
December 5, 2015
Great martingale!
I love that the forks slide through a ring and only pull on the side its supposed to. it fits my QH gelind wonderfully, and is durable so far. definitely recommend this product!
August 27, 2011
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About to train a newly gelded stallion and thought this might keep me safer...
Holly M on Jun 21, 2017
About to train a newly gelded stallion and thought this might keep me safer...
Holly M on Jun 21, 2017
use to use for another horse to set head- didn't work for new horse
LYNNE F on Feb 12, 2015
use to use for another horse to set head- didn't work for new horse
LYNNE F on Feb 12, 2015