REGULAR TACKABERRY LACING

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REGULAR TACKABERRY LACING

39.00

The tackaberry girthing system is, without doubt, the very best way to girth a saddle, any saddle, on any horse. It is passive and easy, because one hand can do the pulling on the winch-type action, and the other can be used to scratch the neck of the horse and keep him calm. Converters can be bought to put Big D girthing rings on Aussie saddles that have the traditional buckles and straps. Tackaberry lacings can also be used on any Western saddle, and is far more convenient than the cowboy knot -- that is about impossible to undo when it is wet, and most always rubs a hole in your leg! And of course horses do not like it because to get a girth tight with this traditional Western system you must first over cinch the horse, because when you pull on the knot, you lose about an inch. What is amazing is the tackaberry buckle was invented by an America in 1898 -- but it went out of popularity, probably because the inventor moved to Australia where it has remained a hit ever since, and is known there as a Bates Buckle.

Any regular securing strap, or off-billet, works on the offside.

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