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LOW DOWN ROPER, LOWER CANTLE THAN UGLY BETTY. DM-8 HORN, FLATTER FORK, SAME BAR SET AS UGLY-BETTY
SHORTY LOW DALLY MAKES GREAT ROPER & TRAIL SADDLE. A SHORT SADDLE TAKES LESS SHIMS IN FRONT.

Never-Tight XXXX Cinch

Life is about solving problems. The Cinch is a problem we overlook because we don't palpate our horses at the  front edge of the Cinch. You don't have to have open sores or a swollen lump to have behavior and performance Problems from your animals sensitive barrel. Performance horses and Mules have problems here continually. When the saddle rolls, the Cinch Pinches & Bites. Check your animal today.  

Do you have trouble with your saddle rolling when ROPING a big STEER? A customer with a broken back and a low withered Q.Horse can now get on without his saddle being over tightened. He just uses the Never*Tight Cinch.

The NEVER~TIGHT Cinch is confronting a problem most horsemen just give up on; STOPPING SADDLE ROLLING AND CINCH SORING ON THE ROUND BACKED PERFORMANCE HORSE.
   It gets ahold of the animal at the sternum and under the buckles at the top. Like a little saddle under the  barrel it is stable and not slipping side to side. 
  The NEAR~TIGHT cinch is half the cost of the Never~Tight and holds the saddle stable without PINCHING  for most horse and riding situations. It is more flexible and still made on a curve. Without the plastic core of the Never~Tight, it works on any animal. It is not as aggressive with the holding power but is all most saddling situations need. 
        When riders have a problem with their horse's performance or attitude they just blame it on the SADDLE or the PAD. BARREL RACERS, CUTTERS, Dressage riders, Jumpers, ROPERS, MULE riders: they often have soreness at the front edge of their animal's girths. The PROBLEM: how to hold that saddle on while it is on a round  backed horse or mule. The  CorrecTOR with the Shims to take the Rock  & Roll out of the tree helps. ...(It doesn't do it all on the low withered very round animal.)... Cinching too tight causes the sorness at the front edge of  the girth. Not tight enough causes the same problem quite often because of the rubbing side to side. The area affected is from the Elbow Up to the Buckle at the top of the Cinch. Just take the tips of your  fingers and palpate your horse along the front edge of the  cinch. If your animal shows discomfort by flinching you'll know what is foremost on his mind when being asked to turn. Does your Cutting horse refuse to do a TurnBack in one direction? A heading  horse will dodge off, the healer will do the same or not face the steer. The  Barrel horse will drop in a turn most often to the right. 

  I've changed girths  on horses like this and it fixed their problem immediatly. For your animals comfort and performance and for your convenience  & safety get a EITHER a NEAR~THIGHT or a NEVER~TIGHT Cinch.  Thanks, Len

Never-Tight XX Cinch

This Girth has a core of Aircraft Plastic molded to a shape it took me 2 years to perfect. The inside lining is Soft Shoe Sole  Crepe. The outer layer is Hermann Oak Drum dyed Skirting. Hardware is Stainless Steel. Using a latigo on both sides  is preferred because this Cinch doesn't slide around your animals  barrel. Just tighten enough to line the buckles up with the latigo strap. They rotate easily in their mounting so as not to pull your saddle or cinch out of position. It has the  flared shape of the animals  barrel. It's wider and rounder than your animal at the flat of the Ribs. You  pull the buckles to the animal as you cinch up. Contact that stabilizes is all that's necessary their. The Pressure is at the sternum where then animal can deal with it. The Never-Tight XXXX  Cinch is a big advancement that wouldn't have happened if  I hadn't keep at the Problem I knew  existed.
 

The Never-Tight XX Cinch Cinch below is made to work with any Horse or Mule. The Never-Tight XXXX Cinch is for the really round backed animal where saddle rolling is a major problem. Competition riders like Ropers and Barrel Racers often need the Never-Tight XXXX Cinch. The less severe girthing situations are covered by the Never-Tight XX Cinch. It works for the Roper & Barrel Racer and the Trailriders or Endurance. English saddles really need the English Never-Tight Girth because it has no elastic on the buckles. The Never-Tight XX IS HALF THE PRICE OF THE Never-Tight XXXX!  That way it doesn't squeeze you so much either.

Never-Tight XX Cinch
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