Mustang Knotted Rope Training Halter

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Product Summary:

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Poly braid halter with four knots across the nose and includes a 12' lead, makes this the perfect training halter.  The knots provide pressure when needed to correct behavior.  Made from a continuous peice of poly-braided rope, which is rot resistant and hardware-free.
 
Size: Average Horse 800-1100lbs

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Used for training colts.
Steven C on Jul 20, 2014
A friend at our stable let me borrow her rope halter because my horse has a tendency to pull and try to go his own way. With the knotted rope training halter, he does not pull anymore. A short tug on the lead and he walks with me without any problems.
Kathi J on Apr 15, 2014
Because of the price and it fit very well on my paint.
Traci H on Jun 8, 2014
for a clinic
M O on Mar 17, 2014
Will this fit my draft cross? She's young but expected to be 17h or so.
Kristi W on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: I used it on my horse who was 15h not it worked well for being inexpensive, but she was already trained in parelli techniques.
The knotts are not exactly where they should be if you are working on parelli and can be a little big depending on your horses head-Is the only problem. It's good as an extra to have on hand...how this helps!
Reply · Report · Lindsay L on Jan 17, 2015
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can you add reins to it and ride with it?
kenzie on Aug 11, 2014
Best Answer: If your horse will stop when you ask then absolutely you can ride with this halter. I do it all the time. not out on trail or anything but I do it around the barn on a regular basis.
Reply · Report · Kelsey C on Aug 11, 2014
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Can the lead be removed? I was thinking to use a different lead.
horsegurl93 on Mar 3, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the lead can be removed.

When mine arrived, the lead was actually very lightly tied on, so I had to re-tie it.
Reply · Report · Michelle M on Mar 3, 2014
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How long is the lead?
A shopper on Feb 11, 2015
Best Answer: it says it in the product summary
Reply · Report · Kelsey C on Feb 11, 2015
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I bought this halter. It's really too big... all over. Is there one that is made to fit a smaller (Arabian) horse? Or, could the manufacturer reduce the sizing. I liked the material and style.
Sherri H on Mar 13, 2015
Best Answer: I have found that I can move the knots around, loosen them and readjust to fit the horse face. A quick fix would be to clamp the halter under the chin with something like a zip tie. the crown piece is an easy fix, the side pieces should line up. The nose section may need the knots moved, then tighten the chin section so the halter lays below the cheek bones.
Reply · Report · Beth A on Mar 13, 2015
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Are these halters really in stock and ready to go? I ordered one from tack wholesale over 2 weeks ago and they still say it's not in yet!!
A shopper on Oct 27, 2014
Best Answer: We have this item available and ready to ship in both colors. I do not know what the stock would be from another company.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Oct 30, 2014
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