LEG RESTRAINTS TRAINING EQUIPMENT

 

 

   

HP's Stockmans Hobbles. Quick on/off and no buckles

$65 plus postage. PRICE DROP OF $15.

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HP's Stockmans Hobbles. Quick on/off and no buckles

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These are not for pulling up the back legs of horses. If you are doing that, you must do this.

BACK LEG STRAP

 Now, this is for pulling up the back legs of horses!!!! (Improved over all currently made and on the market)

$44.95

International (plus postage)

FOAL AND MINI HOBBLES

Designed and measured to fit foals. Chrome, soft full leather
that will take oil.
No Rollers on Buckles which will stand foal and mini work. (Because of the length, double stitched won't work but single leather is fine for such animals.)

$39.95

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HP KNEE HOBBLES

The safest way to introduce a horse to leg restraints and the perfect way to ready them for all other equipment. I am yet to see a horse fight this equipment on introduction. Takes the risk out of introducing other forms of equipment shown here.

Absolute Top Shelf Quality. $54.99

SIDE LINING

I don't use it and am not a fan of it!!

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BREAKING PRODUCTS.

There are a number of very important reasons behind my designs and testing.

  • Substandard Buckles and tongues bend and let go during crucial times.

  • Hobbles with buckles and holes are not acceptable for the work on horses large than foals or mini and tear through in no time.

  • Twin strap Hobbles that don't have the straps stitched,  with holes soon fail to allow the holes to line up due to uneven stretching. This presents a slowness danger to us.

  • Hobbles with holes tear and rip through in no time and are not suitable for the work.

  • Fake Sheep Skin lines hobbles burn and rub horses.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Single strap hobbles are simply not strong enough for the job and a waste of money.

  • Hobbles with buckles are too slow to use and therefore can be dangerous for the handler

Here is some proof:

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Fake Sheep Skin burn and rub horses.

The D Ring off a new Hobble after one use


The substandard buckles


RM Williams non stitched tearing


Dangerous Buckle Roller. RM Williams


RM Williams holes out of alignment through
uneven stretching.

These burn horses

These burn horses

and these


and these

   

 

 

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