Weaver Basin Cowboy Flat Sliding Ear Headstall

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Weaver Basin Cowboy Flat Sliding Ear Headstall


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Product Summary:

Weaver Basin Cowboy Flat Sliding Ear Headstall
From the vaqueros of yesteryear to the working cowboys of today, there has always been a heritage of fine horsemanship in the Great Basin region. We are paying homage to these skilled cowboys in the details and care put into this line of tack. Handcrafted from rich brown premium English bridle leather, this flat sliding ear headstall features an intricate stamped basketweave design , wheat-colored stitching and painted leather edges for high end style. Floral concho buckles and floral conchos at bit ends feature black accents. Leather loops. Horse size. Made by Weaver.
  • Rich brown premium English bridle leather
  • Intricate stamped basketweave design
  • Wheat colored stitching
  • Painted leather edges
  • Floral concho buckles
  • Floral conchos at bit ends
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The best price around with free shipping. Love the product.
Sarah V on Mar 17, 2016
What size is this?
A shopper on Sep 15, 2016
Best Answer: I use this on all three of my mares, 14.2, 14.3 and 15.1hh. My smallest headed horse is a little CD Olena/Docs Hickory bred mare that will wear a rope halter in a yearling size. The bit I have in it is a taller purchase (probably a good 3" above the mouthpiece?) lifter bit that I run barrels in. This headstall would be on last hole for my husbands 15.3, larger headed ranch geldings.
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