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LabRat
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2018-07-10 3:24 PM (#7402005)
Subject: The Y-Cinch


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Has anyone here tried "The Y-Cinch" from 5 Star? If so, how do you like it? I always ride with a rear cinch, and I always have it snug. This looks it would (possibly) be a more comfortable option. Pros/cons? Thanks
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2018-07-10 5:01 PM (#7402015 - in reply to #7402005)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch



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I used the Y-cinch many years ago, that I think was made by Adams. I got it from Josey's. Loved it and used it until I bought a new horse and that cinch wasn't made anymore.

5 Star is a first class company and I wouldn't hesitate ordering one from them. I buy all my 5Star products through RockyRoad. Great prices along with customer service.

 
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SC Wrangler
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2018-07-10 8:49 PM (#7402024 - in reply to #7402015)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch


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I really like y-girths.  Used them until they were no longer available.  I think I have some old ones hanging around my barn, but they are way past their prime!  I went to the 5 Star site and searched for their version, but was unable to find anything.  
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2018-07-10 9:09 PM (#7402025 - in reply to #7402024)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch



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SC Wrangler - 2018-07-10 8:49 PM I really like y-girths.  Used them until they were no longer available.  I think I have some old ones hanging around my barn, but they are way past their prime!  I went to the 5 Star site and searched for their version, but was unable to find anything.  

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mandita8907
Reg. Nov 2010
Posted 2018-07-11 7:47 AM (#7402036 - in reply to #7402005)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch



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I have the 5 star Y "cutter" and I really like it! Love how it keeps the back of the saddle snug!
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SC Wrangler
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2018-07-12 6:08 PM (#7402259 - in reply to #7402025)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch


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Southtxponygirl - 2018-07-10 9:09 PM
SC Wrangler - 2018-07-10 8:49 PM I really like y-girths.  Used them until they were no longer available.  I think I have some old ones hanging around my barn, but they are way past their prime!  I went to the 5 Star site and searched for their version, but was unable to find anything.  
here you go.. 

Thank you.   These are different than the ygirths of old which were nylon and fleece.  I kinda like the looks of these and will consider trying one when I need to replace my current girths. 
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SwiftSmokinLady
Reg. Oct 2006
Posted 2018-07-13 9:08 AM (#7402291 - in reply to #7402005)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch



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This is all I use, and I can still get new ones from a local tack store that sells the Adams brand ones. Run about $75-$80 new.
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Nita
Reg. Apr 2012
Posted 2018-07-13 11:20 AM (#7402308 - in reply to #7402005)
Subject: RE: The Y-Cinch



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I have one. It's really good quality. I use it on the saddle I practice with. I really like it for the back girth position. But, it doesn't take the roll out of my saddle like the Len Brown Never Tight. That's my favorite and the one I compete in.
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