Western Leg-up Mounting Assistant

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Western Leg-up Mounting Assistant

$13.64

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Product Summary:

Increases safety and ease when mounting. Great for trail riders! Works especially well for people with back and knee problems. Strong nylon web strap with poly-carb plastic foot rest with non-slip strip.
Slips inside your current stirrup during mounting, then folds for easy storage in convenient pouch that clips to saddle dee. 
  • Approx 8" long
  • Will not work with Covered Stirrups
Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT733078 EIP016W 754888035127

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Worthless
Good idea, bad execution. The footing drops TOO far to where I can't swing my leg up over the horse. Hangs a lot lower than pictured.
June 6, 2012
Accident Waiting To Happen
I should have paid more attention to the reviews but I was having such a problem getting up on the horse I guess I was desperate. The first time I tried it the back metal piece slipped out of my stirrup and I fell hard on my back. It is the biggest waste of money and an accident waiting to happen.
Not for Western Stirrups
I bought this a few years ago. It does not work with any western stirrup that I own. The piece shown that braces against the stirrup is too short. Yes, I tried both ends. If it's not perfectly set, and if it moves a hair, then it just slips through the stirrup. Worthless item. Save your money.
April 17, 2011
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so on trails I can mount easier
Aloah D on Jun 17, 2015
I have a tall horse,
Ed M on Dec 7, 2014
so on trails I can mount easier
Aloah D on Jun 17, 2015
Have arthritis and having trouble getting on horse from ground
ALLISON W on Jan 24, 2015
I have a tall horse,
Ed M on Dec 7, 2014
so kids can ride using bigger saddle
Mike R on Oct 22, 2014
I have a back problem as well as a horse who is difficult to make stand while mounting. I was hoping the extension would help me get my foot in the stirrup and mount quicker before the horse moved. However, I do not find it very helpful and even dangerous by way of trapping foot in the too small opening without quick release.
PRISCILLA G on Jul 24, 2014
Have arthritis and having trouble getting on horse from ground
ALLISON W on Jan 24, 2015
so kids can ride using bigger saddle
Mike R on Oct 22, 2014
how does this work?
A shopper on Apr 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It doesn't work good at all, I'd say its harder to use this than mounting normally because its long so you can't even get your leg over your horse once your up.
what do you do with the stirrup once you get on your horse? Do you put your right foot into the extended stirrup and then you left foot into the saddle stirrup?
shauna w on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That's the only problem with the Leg-up, if you don't tie it to your stirrup, and you are not able to reach down and take it off the stirrup, you will lose it. So, you either tie it on or reach down and take it off to carry with you.
No, I just use the Leg-up to get on as a normal mount. But then I am able to swing my right leg over and slip into the saddle from the Leg-up.
I'm not sure how this works. Do you first put the right foot into the lower stirrup and the left foot into the original? Then does the extended one just stay right there while riding?
Thank you. on Jun 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You put it on your stirrup and try to mount as if that is your stirrup. It isn't very easy cause it so long you can't get your other leg over. You have to take it off while riding, and try not to drop it or fall off while trying to get it.