Walsh Classic Leather Halter

$66.99

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Product Summary:

Walsh Classic Adjustable Leather Halter
 
This 1" wide, adjustable chin halter is perfect for turnout. The stamped edging and single buckle design have a very traditional look making this a classic you need to have in your barn. The adjustability on this halter both in the crown and chin make this an ideal halter for growing colts and fillies.
 
Features:
  • Buckle chin
  • Throat snap
  • Single buckle crown
Item Specifications:
 
Color: Havana
 
Sizing:
Foal (100 - 200 lbs.)
Weanling (200 - 300 lbs.)
Yearling (400 - 500 lbs.)
Cob (500 - 800 lbs.)
Horse (800 - 1,100 lbs.)
Large (1,100 - 1,600 lbs.)
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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by that's what it's made for To the person who complained about the halter breaking: The entire purpose of a leather halter is that when the horse spooks, the halter gives and your horse doesn't hang itself. If you know your horse sets back a lot, buy a break away, not a nice leather halter to tie up to regularly. November 28, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Breaks easy! Dont get me wrong - This was a beautiful halter. The leather was nicely conditioned and pretty to look at. It wasn't necessarily cheaply made, however there is one big design flaw that frustrated me. There aren't metal o-rings in the halter adjustment holes! My horse got scared of a dog and she pulled back, causing the adjustment needle to slice through the supple leather. I enjoyed the 20 minutes that I got to use the halter though... $45 down the drain. September 20, 2011
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