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Vaquero Breast Collar Style C

Vaquero Breast Collar Style C
from $355.95

 

The Tied Vaquero Breast Collar is a 100% All-Natural Tied Breast Collar. They have 13 strands, are made in the traditional old vaquero design, and include dark or light tugs. Hand-made in the USA!

Cinch Specifications:

  • 13 Strands
  • Colors: Vegetable Based Dyed Mohair in various color combinations
  • Length: 36 Inches

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Mandee Fetzer

I love my 5 star pad because it literally makes my horse smile! It is the only pad I have used that truly fits my horse's back. Elvis would rear up and become upset when I used my other pad.

Michele Watson

Love the 5 Star Pads, it's the only pad we've used that does not compress down and ensures us our horses are riding in comfort from barrels to trails.

Tracy Robertson

My Husband recently bought me a 5 Star saddle pad for Christmas. I could tell as soon as I pulled it out the box it was very different from any other saddle pads I had purchased. A good different!! I'm anxiously awaiting to buy me a liner to start riding it! Thank you 5 star for my Christmas!

Bre Curtis

I do not have a 5 star pad. I've looked at them every year at congress but never have been able to get one. My mare is picky, so I want to get what's best for her & to make her feel comfortable while running. I have heard so many great things about the 5 star pad & would love to have one!

Cathy Coleman

United States

In 2009, Shoii shattered the knee joint of his right hind leg, rendering unable to flex the joint once it healed. Although his body was a little beat-up, his heart certainly was not and I could tell that it was still very important to him to "take me out for a ride."

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