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The bareback riggings and toddler fenders are sold in pre-packs of 4 and 10. If you would like a much large quantity please contact Kim at 419-392-4595.
Are you a large retailer? Contact Kimberly at 419-392-4595 for a large quantity discount. We have several options we can discuss. If your interested in being the primary retailer of our products we are interested in your offer.
Yes, the rigging is made to fit on any cinch. A person simply takes a cinch that fits their horse or pony and puts it on the rigging. We have used them on mini ponies and 16h horses.
No, these riggings are made with a good quality soft leather whereas a professional rigging is rigid. We designed them this way so a toddler bouncing on his pony won't hit his belly or legs on a tough handle. A child learning to spur a pony out, play as a rough stock cowboy or ride bareback to the river for a swim will appreciate the soft handle. With that being said many kids including our own ride bucking ponies out of the chute with this rigging. It's all that you need at the beginning level.
No, when a little kid comes to our ranch and wants to ride we often toss a rigging on a broke pony and send the child off to play with our kids. A kid can learn balance needed for all types of riding but also have the safety of a handle. At our ranch ponies were often drug around all day by toddlers and we like to think they preferred a small rigging verse a saddle for the whole day. Our daughter has also been known to practice barrel racing or small jumps with her rigging on.
These fenders were designed after the one pair of fenders a family friend made the first little Bail. With three kids all within a few years of each other we found it was a fight over these fenders because their short legs could actually reach their stirrup without a bunch of bulk.
Before we had this fender Jesse did his best to shorten typical youth fenders but the kids complained of a stiff feel. Fenders are made with a good soft latigo leather and rust proof stainless steel buckles that easily move higher or lower so you can use even the highest hole on the fender. Simply unbuckle and remove your current fender from your saddle and slide this one in the same way your other one came out. No need to buy a special sturrip, just use the one on the original fender. Save your fender for when your toddler outgrows these fenders and then save these fenders for your next child or grand child.
Ultimately it depends on the height of the child. However the Bail kids were able to reach the fenders from age 1 until they were 6.