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Western Breast Collars For Sale

Below are Western breast collars for horses for sale on Amazon. You'll find an excellent selection of breast collars for sale alone, or with accessories such as headstalls and reins. The breast collars are mostly Western styles, but there are also a few English styles.

A breast collar is a piece of equipment that goes on the front of a saddle to help keep the saddle in place. It attaches to one side of the saddle, then goes across the front of the horse (aka the breast) and attaches to the other side of the saddle. A breast collar's primary job is to keep the saddle from sliding too far back, but it can also help to keep the saddle from tipping side-to-side. Breast collars are considered by many horse people to be an essential piece of equipment, and are used in virtually every type and style of riding in both English and Western riding disciplines.

Below: A Western breast collar made of heavy leather.

A Western breast collar on a ranch horse



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About Western Breast Collars

In the worlds of English and Western riding, there are different designs of breast collars. Below are just two styles commonly used when riding with Western tack.

The first style of breast collar below is commonly used in a wide variety of Western riding activities, including trail riding, barrel racing, roping, and many more. This classic style of breast collar buckles to the D-ring on one side of the saddle, goes across the front of the horse, then buckles to the D-ring on the other side. It also has a strap that goes down between the horse's front legs and snaps to a ring on the front cinch.

Below: A common style of Western breast collar.

Western breast collar on a roping horse

Another popular style of breast collar used by Western riders is shown below. This style is often called a "pulling" breast collar. They are particularly popular among ropers. Instead of buckling around the D-rings of the saddle like the breast collar above, this style buckles around the pommel (also called the "fork" or the "swells") of the saddle.

Below: A style of Western breast collar commonly called a pulling collar.

Western pulling breast collar

 


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Cowboy Amazon shopping cart

 

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