English Spur
English Spur
A spur is designed to be worn in pairs and one spur is worn on the heel of each boot. A spur is used to direct a horse to move forward or laterally while riding and is not meant as punishment, but a training tool. This spur is made of metal and is a ladies 1" dynamic Prince of Wales spur. It is held onto the boot by a leather spur strap with filigree buckle and buckle end. These are considered english style spurs and are not worn with western riding boots. The spur sits on a spur cradle which is located on the back of the boot and is solely intended for keeping the spur from slipping too low on the back of the boot.
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