Tough-1 Neoprene Covered Kicking Chain

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Tough-1 Neoprene Covered Kicking Chain

$10.57

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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Neoprene Covered Kicking Chain
 
Designed to teach your horse to stand quietly and safely immediately after he kicks. Made of shock-absorbing neoprene.
 
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Item Number Model Number UPC
E003762 52-9405-0-0 688499116022

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Kicking chain
It is to small to go around his leg. Nylon needs to be longer.
October 11, 2017
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1 year ago
Great product does the job
Great product my horse wouldn't stop kicking the stall walls now with this product he has stopped kicking .
August 15, 2015
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Inexpensive yet durable
MARGO M on May 29, 2016
keep my horses from kicking each other and fence in between them so they won't get injured
Diane M on May 7, 2014
Inexpensive yet durable
MARGO M on May 29, 2016
affordable
TANIA N on Aug 3, 2015
keep my horses from kicking each other and fence in between them so they won't get injured
Diane M on May 7, 2014
affordable
TANIA N on Aug 3, 2015
do you need 1 kick chain for each leg?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I've always have used a pair at a time. Ie, if you're having a kicking problem I put one on each back leg. Or if it's a pawing problem then both fronts. I've tried just 1 but the problem quickly changed to the other leg.