One of the best stocking stuffers on our website is probably our curb strap (just $8, by the way). But just what are these used for?
The curb strap runs underneath the horse’s chin between the shanks of a bit and is used to keep the bit steady in the mouth and help control use of the leverage action of the shanks.
Our friends at Motoring Down The Trails blog recently added a curb strap after switching bits and write that it was easy to adjust to their horse’s specific needs.
Read the complete review here.
We were pleased to team up once again with the Motoring Down The Trails blog for a product review. This time, Griffin reviewed our quick change halter bridle, which is a very popular item with trail and endurance riders because of its versatile nature.
Griffin opted for the ice-blue combination of teal and light blue for her tack set, and it looks fantastic.
As always, she was able to work with our shop to make sure her mount Prophecy got just the right proportions to fit his head shape.
I was able to adjust it well for his Myler Combo (though I need to remember to loosen the curb a little next time), and still have room to play. Of course, best of all it looks great on him! The beta is easy to trim up later if I choose, and can always poke more holes with a leather punch.
Read Griffin’s complete review and get a discount on a tack set like hers here.