Weaver Harness Leather Rubber Tube Training Fork

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Weaver Harness Leather Rubber Tube Training Fork

$20.08

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Product Summary:

The Weaver Training Fork is a must have training item that’s great for show, roper, and barrel horses. This martingale is constructed from weather resistant, Herman Oak® russet harness leather. The Girth Attachment with surgical tubing offers a little extra give, and is compatible with the training fork. Both work to teach proper head position and flexed at the pole form.   Extends from 43" to 52".

 
Features:
  • Herman Oak® russet harness leather
  • Surgical rubber tubing ends
  • Scissor snap ends for easy attachment
  • 1 ¾” rings
  • Durable nickel plated hardware
Item Specifications:
 
Size: 1” x 48”
Color: Natural

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Great tool for training and teaching!
I use these on a daily basis to teach riders both English and western. This helps to keep the horse framed while students are learning to use ALL of their aids correctly. this keeps the horse soft, round, focused and in control. It does not in any way make a hard mouth or prevent a horse from flexing. If used CORRECTLY the training fork is self adjusting whereas if the horses lifts their head the rubber puts enough correction on while hands stay steady.
October 30, 2016
Makes them hard in the mouth
I liked the idea of the flexibility of the rubber but it just ended up making the horse hard in the mouth because there was no clear release.
October 23, 2016
Hope your horse doesn't spook
This is okay for a horse well along in it's training and in surroundings it is familiar with But: If your horse spooks or tries to run off, you cannot grab one rein and bend the nose toward the stirrup to shut-down the excitement !
March 2, 2014
I'm happy with this Training Fork
I am not an accomplished trainer, and wanted to work with my mare who has a tendency to want to rear up. She rarely pulls against this fork, but I like the 'give' the rubber tubes have. It has never been in her way, and seems to be working to get her to bend at the poll with very little "work". We ride trails a lot, and I keep this on her while we're getting used to distractions and traffic. Neither one of us seems to notice it, and that's what I like about it....oh, and she hasn't reared up in a long time. Nice!
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juan m on Jul 16, 2016
I have used it before and found that they work great the horse learns to put head down
TAMMY L on May 17, 2014
I have used it before and found that they work great the horse learns to put head down
TAMMY L on May 17, 2014