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Martingale and martingale accessories

The martingale is actually an auxiliary rein, but is also often used in cross-country and show jumping. There it should prevent the horse from stepping on the reins should the rider lose them.

Busse
Martingale Basic-Pro in black / silver
24,22€
instead of 26,91
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QHP
Martingale fork closed in black
34,95€
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Pass
Martingale with rubber stopper, Conway buckle, snap hook in black
95,00€
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Kavalkade
Martingale with stopper in brown
34,90€
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Kavalkade
Martingale solid in black
69,90€
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Busse
Martingale fork Basic in black
15,90€
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QHP
Martingale with cord in black
29,95€
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QHP
Martingale Fork Regular in black
24,95€
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QHP
Martingale fork elastic in brown
29,95€
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QHP
Martingale fork elastic in black
29,95€
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QHP
Martingale Fork Closed in brown
34,95€
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Busse
Martingale stopper rubber in brown
1,20€
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Waldhausen
Martingale Star in brown, size: WB
13,02€
instead of 19,94
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The sliding martingale

The sliding martingale is often used in cross-country or show jumping to prevent horses from jerking their heads too high. The martingale should be buckled in such a way that the fork sags slightly when the reins are positioned correctly. If the horse then pulls its head up, the fork bends the reins and the pressure of the reins continues to apply to the bars. Correctly buckled, the martingale is a horse-friendly auxiliary rein as the horse is not constrained into a shape and is free to stretch forward and down the hand. According to a study by the British Duchy College, a correctly buckled martingale significantly reduces the pressure on the reins and is therefore also suitable for beginners, as the auxiliary reins absorb restless movements of the hands and redirect them correctly to the horse's mouth.