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Never-Tight XX (formerly known as the Near-Tight Cinch) and Never-Tight XXXX Cinch

FROM THE INDIANS TO ALL THE MILITARIES WORLD-WIDE
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IT DOES SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST HOLD YOUR SADDLE BACK

NATURAL HORSEMANSHIP IS POSSIBLE FOR YEARLING STUD
NeverTight MAKES FOR A QUICK BOND IN THE YOUNG HORSE
The NEVER~TIGHT MAKES FOR A QUICK BOND IN the YOUNG HORSE

Hi Mr Brown,   I just wanted to send you a big Thank You for this wonderful product. The mare I bought it for has been cinchy since her first ride.

She is not normally an unwilling or belligerent horse. She has shown so much promise but would ball up and hop around at least one barrel or end pole nearly every run. It has been frustrating going through every other girth on the market, buying a new saddle etc. I have not had one buck, bunny hop or tail swishing since I put this girth on her. She worked barrels tonight and was as smooth as could be. Thank you, thank you thank you!!!  Miranda Deford  June 25th, 2015

Near Tight
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      The Never-Tight XX Cinch is a culmination of what I've done with girths for 30 years. A girth that really works without biting into the horse on the front edge. It's thinner than my old OrthoFlex girth. It has more body and retains it's shape (that of a horse) much better than the O/F  Softsides Neoprene & Leather ever did. Some of the many improvements are as follows:  
  
     The Near-Tight XXXX is 2 layers of leather molded to a HORSE SHAPE, flare and all.   Seatbelt webbing runs from one end of the cinch to the other holding the buckles to keep you on your horse. The Saddle skirting leather is lined with a 1/4" of soft Shoe Sole Crepe. Tough but smooth, it is sewn with heavy nylon thread to the skirting leather and has smooth hand cut and finished edges. The horse is protected from the pressure of buckles and bumps of straps over them. Your saddle feels GLUED to your horse with the Never-Tight XX  Cinch.  It is easy to wipe clean and lasts a long time with a little care.  It is available for English saddles as well. The English girths have a 3" Elastic side to side, just below the buckles, to keep your billets snug & inline with the girth.  Since it doesn't bite on the front edge, like other flat strap girths,  your horse can bend, turn, & stop without pain.  

NEAR~TIGHT CINCH WILL HOLD SADDLE+ PROTECT ANIMAL
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MY WADE SADDLE, PROTECTOR PAD+ CINCH, UN-EQUALED...

The NEAR*TIGHT CINCH HOLDING THE MORK WADE & JEFF!
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JEFF HAD JUST SAT DOWN IN THE SADDLE. MY HAND IN HIS CINCH.

LOOK UNDER YOUR HORSE, MY GIRTHS> WORTH EVERY $.
Your horse needs more than a .50 strap for a Girth.
My T/Bred, many sensitive muscles that need protection.

BAILEY KUNTZ UPPED A LEVEL > WITH A NEVERTIGHT
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IT WAS IMMEDIATE, IN THE MONEY THE 1ST MEET.

     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. ITS CORE IS AIRCRAFT INTERIOR PLASTIC FOR LONG LIFE AND MUCH FIRMER THAN THE SHIELDS IN THE PROTECTOR. It's secret is being molded to the shape of a well sprung barrel except one thing. It is more rounded at the flat of the ribs. THAT IS WHAT KEEPS IT FROM BITING INTO THE MUSCLES THERE.
  
     The NEAR~TIGHT cinch is LESS EXPENSIVE than the Never~Tight and holds the saddle from ROLLING, without PINCHING, for most horse and riding situations. It is made of 2 layers of Skirting Leather dipped in a STIFFENING AGENT, then it is MOLDED to the curved shape like the NEVER~TIGHT. Without the plastic core of the Never~Tight is more flexible at adapting to different shapes. That lets it work for A FULL BARRELED or FLAT SIDED ANIMAL.  The Near*Tight holding power but is almost the same of the Never*Tight now and double that of a regular Cinch.So if you have a Mule, get the Near*Tight. Trail Riders, the Near*Tight. For speed and competition on a horse with a well sprung rib cage & little wither, get the Never*Tight. 
        
     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 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  ProTecTOR with the Balance 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 & sores on the Sternum. Not tight enough causes the same problems quite often because of the rubbing side to side. The area affected is from the Sternum 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 problems immediately. For your animals comfort and performance and for your convenience  & safety get a EITHER a Near~Tight or a Never~Tight Cinch. 

     Thanks, Len  P.S. I make Near~Tight in English also.

A YEARLING STUD, CINCH DOESN'T MESS WITH HIS MIND,
MAKE YOUR HORSE COMFORTABLE & LET HIM THINK.
TRAINING YOUNG HORSES GOES FASTER & IS MORE POSITIVE.

The NATURAL BREASTCOLLAR, A FRIENDLY SHAPE !
FIT YOUR HORSE THE NATURAL WAY ! GET THE NATURAL BARREL BreastCollar
THIS 14.5 H PONY IS WELL FITTED AS IS A 17 H. HORSE, THE NATURAL WAY.