Shires Avignon German Martingale
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Shires Avignon German Martingale

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A Great Training Aid!

This training aid works like a running martingale when the horse is working correctly, but when needed the horses head is drawn down and onto the bit, it works a bit like draw reins but it allows more freedom of the horses neck and back. It is extremely useful when used on horses that have a tendency to be over strong and is brilliant for adding control, particularly on horses who fling their heads up when approaching a jump. It does not restrict the horse's natural head/neck back movement over the jump so is particularly good for jumping or just for peace of mind during everyday use while hacking.

The martingale features clips at the ends instead of rings like a regular martingale. The reins have d rings along them and the clips are run through the bit rings and clip back to the appropriate D ring on the reins. Pressure is applied to the bit when the horse raises his head too far, control of which is in the hands of the rider. Good for improving top line muscle. The split straps are double the length of a regular running martingale, as they are fed up through the rings of the bit and are connected to a dee ring on the reins. Stainless steel hardware.

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