Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

$4.49
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Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

$4.49

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This 2" wide nylon collar features a buckle closure, and is perfect for horses who do not tie well with a halter; for exposing the head while grooming and for use while riding, eliminating the need to have a halter under the bridle.

Size: Adjustable Horse Size, 42" long from end of buckle.

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I bought this so that I can groom my horses face in the spring with clippers and not worry about damaging his nice halters.
Jessica M on Mar 4, 2015
I have two of them now, and love them. It makes it so easy to tether your animal to a tree, post or other item while on the trail. I have been looking for more of them for about 3yrs, and finally stumbled onto them again
Walter S on Dec 16, 2014
Use it for turning out horses in the mountains. Sturdy and reasonably priced.
George H on Jan 30, 2015
horse take off halter on hitching rail
Tina L on Oct 28, 2014
I would like to use these for identification in a large herd of horses. Are they safe to use in the pasture?
A shopper on Mar 22, 2015
Best Answer: I would not recommend this collar on horses in pasture for safety sake. Only to be used while supervised or riding in case the horse gets caught on something. There are ID neck items that are plastic and come numbered that are used on breeding farms for mares and common ID of horses. I would only recommend something that could break if caught on objects or caught by a hoof while scratching then get caught with the hoof in the collar that will not break away.
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