Bar Buffer Testimonials

Bar Buffer Testimonials

“We wouldn’t take our precious cargo anywhere without a Bar Buffer.”
Wanda and Imy Reynolds, owners of Bear, an Irish Sports Horse attending show-jumping lessons and competitions

“I’m delighted with my Bar Buffers. Since purchasing two front Buffers my younger horses are more happy to travel and less reluctant to load. This makes the whole travelling experience less stressful for both me and the horses.”
Nina Bourner, Old Oak Arabians

“I have peace of mind that when I am travelling I know that Bounty is comfortable and loads happily which demonstrates he is happy with it too! He is my world and getting him from A to B safely is my absolute priority. We’ve used the single bar and the double bar covers and have been really pleased with them.”
Jo Barnes and Bounty, dressage, hacking, and sponsored rides

Bounty demonstrates the Bar Buffer

“We’ve all felt the effects of bruising through hitting something hard, and it’s likely that our horses feel a very similar level of discomfort. I am an advocate of prevention rather than cure, and I believe the padded Bar Buffer helps to prevent bruising that might occur if the horse’s chest were to hit the breast bar during travelling.”
Sue Palmer, Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist, MCSP, IHRT, BHSAI,
www.ethicalhorsemanshipassociation.co.uk

“Just to say thank you for the Trailer bar buffers that I purchased. They have made so much difference to travelling Bertie. I purchased them originally for the back bar as he sits back on the bar and sometimes would rub himself sore, but they have stopped this and I have also given him the bar buffer at the front, and he seems to travel a lot happier. The design is Perfect, easy to install and easy to clean, and excellent value to. I would definitely recommend.”
Sue Hunt

“I bought the bar buffer for my horse, Romke, as he is quite long and does lean on the front bar. Being a Friesian he has a protruding breast bone which sits just underneath the bar and so the buffer works brilliantly to protect him from rubs and keeps him as comfortable as possible.  It is good to know that I have done everything I can to help traveling be a positive experience for him as it is something that we do regularly traveling to lessons and competitions.”
Sheila Jones,
Recommended Associate of Intelligent Horsemanship,
MRPCH,
Horse Agility Accredited Trainer,
Craniosacral Therapist