The standing martingale has a single strap which is attached to the girth, passes between the horse’s front legs and is fixed to the back of the noseband. To prevent it from catching on other objects, it also has a neck strap. A variation is attached to a breastplate in lieu of a neck strap. When correctly fitted for English riding, it should be possible to push the martingale strap up to touch the horse’s throatlatch. commonly used by polo and polocrosse players.
Colours: Black and Brown.
Sizes: Cob andFull