Double D Ranch

Welcome to the "Ranch". We are a cow/calf operation consisting of Purebred Simmental and Red Angus, with a few commercial cows consisting of Herford x Simmental

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RR1 Box 16 Delisle, Sask. Canada S0L 0P0

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  • Why Mohair
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  • Strait Cinch
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  • Breast Collars
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All Cinched Up


In keeping the tradition of the Cowboy ways

We are keeping the old craft of the mohair cinch alive!

All our products are hand made with

100% MOHAIR,

{no blends}


{no nickle or chrome plated]

Each piece is specially made "Just for You"

You pick the colors, design and hardware!

I do have some stock pieces available if you need in a hurry!

The sky is the limit when it comes to creating your custom made piece

We offer

cinches, breast collars, back cinches, halters, headstalls, reins,

dog collars, leashes, belts, purse straps, guiter straps, &

hat bands

Just about anything you can think of!!

If you have a special set of buckles, or hardware that you love,

NO Worries...

We can recycle that hardware and tie your new cinch on them!

Picking a design or colors to match your saddle pad or tack is very popular!


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Hand Made

in Saskatchewan

Made to your specification,

You choose your size, colors, hardware and you can make your own design or use one of mine.

There are alot of great ideas on Pinterest to help you figure out your own custom design.

Some examples would be:

1. Choose colors that match your saddle pad or blanket(Will be great for the show ring)

2. Solid color with contrasting colors

3. Two or three color cinch body with contrasting colors

4. There are several styles to choose from such as straight, cutter, vaquero, or roper

5. Several widths such as 15, 17, 19, on tied cinches and 21, 23, 25, and 27 strand for cutter or ropers

9, 11, or 13 strand for ponies or minis

6.Breast collars can be 9, 11, or 13 strand and can be done in roper style, tied style, tripping collar or pulling collar style

7. Choose your own buckles, stainless or brass or roller buckle(same as on the smart cinches) can also add a shufly

8.Colors on hand are :Black, Navy, Natural, Chocolate, Sand, Burgundy, Sage, Turquois, Rust, Grey and I also have a few two tone twist, Black and Sand, Black and chocolate and a three strand twist of Sand, turquois and chocolate, plus a few others

8.Contrasting colors are the same as above plus red, charcoal, purple, pink, green, 3 different shades of blue.

Can also order others in.

Message me with your size, colors and design and I can get you a price

Shipping anywhere in Canada for about 15 to 30 dollars

These cinches can be as fancy as you like or just one plain solid color!

Your horse will Thank-you no matter what you choose!

A properly fitting cinch can really make a difference in your horses' attitude


Why Mohair?

Mohair is a 'natural fiber' that is strong, soft, durable, and breathable,

which is perfect for sensitive horses.

It keeps the horse cooler and dry

Moisture wicking properties actually absorb up to 3x its weight in water

Light weight and comfortable

No soring, or galling, much the same effect as the wool saddle pad

Have a bit of stretch which helps with those cinchy horses so they are not strapped in too tight

{We use only mohair on young horses so they dont ever learn to be cinchy}

Mohair also keeps a firm grip on the horse and helps to stop the saddle movement.

Horses love the smell of Mohair, it is actually very calming to them

They are easy to look after and clean, no special soap, just plain water!


So why not treat your best friend with a bit of comfort?


Cleaning is very simple:


Use a SOFT brush to brush out the dirt

do not try to brush out the horse hair as that fills inbetween the cords

it makes the cinch even feel nicer to your horse.

You can rinse out your cinch in a bucket of water

to remove dirt and salt build up that you feel can not be brushed out.

There is no real need to use soap, a rinse will be suffiecent

Lay flat to dry naturally.

You may notice a bit of shrinkage, but will return to normal when you us




These are most of the colors available in both 2 and 8 ply

I do carry most of them in stock




Cinch Buckles Options

Breast Collar Hardware Option



Breast Collar Tugs


Belt Closures

or if you have a favorite clasp, i can tie on that too!

All these are optional

Call for pricing




Buckle covers & Latigo Keepers




Strait Style

The most popluar cinch

These cinches are tied on the buckles

Come in 13, 15, 17, or 19 cords

21 or 23 on a center fire rigging

Most common is 15 &17



Roper Cinch

Mostly used for roping, but have been a real favorite for barrell racers too!

Keeps your saddle more secure and in place


Cutter Style

This is popular among "Cutters" and for colt starting

Breast collars can be made in several styles

tied or woven

straight style, roper style, pulling collar, or tripping collar

can use center ring or martingale triangle


Halters can be made in the straight style nose band or the bronc nose band



Dog collars are made in the woven style






Back cinch

can be wovwn or tied style


can be round or flat braid


This was made and designed to use on minis'

the bottom part of it will attached with another mohair cinch

Here are few patterns I have done and can maybe help you in designing yours

Know your saddle to get a proper cinch width

Most saddles are 3/4 or 7/8

and usually take a 17 or 19 strand cinch

full rigging will take 15 or maybe a 17

center fire can take 19 ,21, or 23

the further ahead your rigging the less room you have for your cinch!


What is the needed Length?

There are various different views to determining the proper length of your cinch

Everyone seems to have a different opinion of this matter

As with 2 horses have the same body shape, just the same as people, so it is hard to look at a chart and say that the chart recommends this size for a horse that is this tall...THAT DOES NOT WORK!

No differnent than size does not fit all!

If the cinch you are currently using is working well, stay with that length!


There are a few things that will tell if you are using the incorrect length!

We usually all seem to use a cinch that is too long, because we fell into the trap that said if your horse is 15hh or 14 hh, he needs this length, without taking into condieration the body shape!


Here is a list of questions to ask yourself before changing the length of your cinch

1. Does your saddle move front to back when you are riding?

2. Does your saddle roll from side to side?

3. Are you constantly shifting or pulling your saddle back into place when you are out on the trail?

4. Are constantly re-tighting your cinch?

5.Does your saddle roll or move when you go to mount?

6.When you unsaddle your horse, do you notice any swelling, even it only lasts for a few minutes?

7.Does your horse get cranky when you go to cinch up?

These could all be signs of a cinch that is not the proper size!

I was one of those people that used to ride on too long of a that i have shortened it up, all those questions above have been answered and i have a much nore enjoyable ride. will be more balanced in your saddle when it stays in one place, you will be amazed with the difference in ride and the attitude of your horse

Most horses from 14 to 15hh usally take 28 to 32 inch cinch, some may even need smaller depending on the body type.

If the cinch you are currently using is working...don't change!

The length of your cinch should include the buckles, so measure from tip to tip

If you need more help, I can help you measure!



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