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Shoulder Relief Cinch....!?!
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2017-04-20 12:57 PM (#7340938)
Subject: Shoulder Relief Cinch....!?!



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Anyone use it? I really like the concept for a good mare I run. SHe is pretty thick shouldered and short backed. I think it would really benefit her to have more movement in the shoulder. Just curious to see if anyone has used one. Thanks!
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GLP
Reg. Oct 2013
Posted 2017-04-20 1:07 PM (#7340945 - in reply to #7340938)
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There is a girl on Instagram that is trying one. So far she is loving it. She is a barrel racer and uses it on several different horses. She is micaela_woloszyn on Instagrama and it is a public account.
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cavyrunsbarrels
Reg. Dec 2010
Posted 2017-04-20 1:26 PM (#7340950 - in reply to #7340938)
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I LOVE the Total Saddle Fit one. My horse has a forward girth groove and saddles just get pulled up on top of his shoulders. No matter where I would put it when I tacked him up, as we rode it would slide forward. That cinch kept the saddle back where it should be. Also high quality! I got mine before they offered the fleece and felt backing options, and I'm so glad they have those now. They are expensive but IMO highly worth it!
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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2017-04-20 1:37 PM (#7340951 - in reply to #7340938)
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Thanks! I ordered two. Kind of got a deal, but yea super expensive and I did get the fleece option. I really like the fleece over the rubber neoprene type. I will let ya know how it goes!
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Love2runbarrels
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2017-04-20 4:16 PM (#7340987 - in reply to #7340938)
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My friend Marissa Berg reviewed them on her blog the Cowgirl Manifesto, she loves it and uses it everyday on her horse Bandit! I saw it in person and it is really cool!
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Reg. Jan 2012
Posted 2017-04-20 5:51 PM (#7341007 - in reply to #7340938)
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I have one with the felt option and LOVE it. Have used it on several horses and seems to work well for each. Bought one for my friend for her birthday and she's loving it too. Her old cinch would rub her geldings elbows with how it sat. This one doesn't.
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SloRide
Reg. Oct 2011
Posted 2017-04-20 5:54 PM (#7341008 - in reply to #7340938)
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My trainer sells them and uses only these. She likes them a lot.

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cheryl makofka
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2017-04-20 6:05 PM (#7341009 - in reply to #7340938)
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I guess I am the odd man out. I disliked mine. The leather is hard and cheap looking, the fleece didn't absorb any sweat, when I would untack I could see the beads of sweat on the tips of the fleece. The company says it is real fleece, if it is it is the lowest quality. My prochoice shearling cinches absorb much better

The customer service is crap after you buy, I emailed, I facebooked, and I left a message, it has been almost a year and I still haven't heard anything.

For the price not worth it. I bought it specifically for one horse who would get saddle sores, and no difference, she still got rub marks after one day (she was all healed up with full hair growth when I tried this cinch)
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