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Dura-Tech® Professional Rope Running Martingale
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Dura-Tech® Professional Rope Running Martingale

Item # 25643

This rope running martingale is a simple yet effective design, offering full adjustability while still encouraging a more collected frame.

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$14.99 $9.99
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Features Include:

  • Martingales can make it easier for a horse to attain a more collected frame and stay softer in their head and neck without feeling trapped
  • Neck rope, training forks, and girth attachment fully adjusts to fit any size of horse
  • Adjustable forks allow you to adjust the amount of pressure added when the reins are pulled
  • The neck rope holds the forks in proper position
  • Nickel plated rings and snaps
  • Material: Strong 1/4" poly cord


More Information:
Anytime training forks or martingales are used we do recommend the use of martingale stops which will keep the rings from getting caught on your reins or hitting the bit end
A martingale does not force the head to stay in any given position but allows the horse a guide for head placement through automatic release of pressure on the reins when the correct head placement is achieved, if adjusted correctly. This can make it easier for a horse to reach a more collected frame over time by allowing assistance with head position as rider teaches the horse to drive from behind.
A good rule of thumb for adjustment is to allow horse to stand comfortably, attach snap to cinch D ring and extend ring straps until they reach the throatlatch.

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