Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

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Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

$3.67

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Product Summary:

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.

Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT771024 193869BK 765839585394

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I have six mustangs. I used this collar on my older one to aid in training him, rather than a bulky halter. He seems to like this item so I decided to get some for my other boys.
Donna P on Sep 24, 2018
only one listed
joyce d on May 21, 2018
I have six mustangs. I used this collar on my older one to aid in training him, rather than a bulky halter. He seems to like this item so I decided to get some for my other boys.
Donna P on Sep 24, 2018
Halters wear spots on my horses and ponies if left on for any period of time and if I loosen them up too much then it's a risk that they could get their foot caught in the halter. It happened to a friend's horse and he died. We won't even leave the neck ropes on them all the time but there's times when necessary at a hitch rail for one mare, as she will rub her halter off
Linda D on Sep 4, 2018
only one listed
joyce d on May 21, 2018
Needed/Required purchased for high line
Ricky C on May 15, 2018
I've had one for years and want a second one. It is very handy for grooming, medicating, fly-sprayng my horse and a lot easier to put on than wrestling with a halter.
Mary T on Apr 24, 2018
Necessary for camping in remote places with mules.
GEORGIANNA B on Jan 14, 2018
I use this on a mare that is hard to catch. She comes up to eat and I calmly hook a lead line on the ring. She is great after that.
Kim G on Oct 26, 2016
I use these with dog tags mounted on them to place on my horses during hurricanes. A safe alternative to a halter in fowl weather. And allows people to contact owners should the horses become loose
Deanna N on May 6, 2016
Want to start utilizing a picket line. Reviews indicated this is a much better choice to allow the horse freedom from the halter for feeding and comfort.
Catherine H on Nov 17, 2015
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
Use it for turning out horses in the mountains. Sturdy and reasonably priced.
George on Jan 30, 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
horse take off halter on hitching rail
Tina L on Oct 28, 2014
I camped this past weekend and everyone was using them on the picket lines.
Marlo H on Jun 25, 2014
This collar looks to be very handy when bridling a horse and allows you to leave off the halter and still be able to tie your horse when riding.
Beverly M on Jun 17, 2014
Safety when my horse is on picket lines at trail rides
Billie L on May 3, 2014
great for grooming the head
Maria C on Apr 22, 2014
hard to find the size i needed.
Angela J on Feb 1, 2014
Halters wear spots on my horses and ponies if left on for any period of time and if I loosen them up too much then it's a risk that they could get their foot caught in the halter. It happened to a friend's horse and he died. We won't even leave the neck ropes on them all the time but there's times when necessary at a hitch rail for one mare, as she will rub her halter off
Linda D on Sep 4, 2018
Needed/Required purchased for high line
Ricky C on May 15, 2018
Would this fit a large 36" Mini horse?
Brie L on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It would most likely slide off over the head as is (I have a 10hh pony), but making more holes in it would be easy enough. Use a wood burning tool or hold a nail over a flame with a pair of pliers and it'll melt/poke right through the nylon.
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: No, I would not keep this on in the pasture while turned out. That is not the intended purpose of the collar and could potentially hurt the horse if it gets caught on something, could strangle. I know someone who uses different colored tail keepers or fly masks to easily mark a particular horse.
I'm wanting them to help catch 4 wild horses.
Wanted to make sure they will break away if I need to leave on the horses for a few weeks before transport?
Thanks
Patti
A shopper on May 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I don't know about breaking away. I have left them for extended periods on 3 horses and 4 donkeys with no problem. I have had them come off of almost all of them at one time, but they came unbuckled; with the donkeys I think it was while they were wrestling.
How long is it? Circumference of it on last hole? Trying to fit large draft horse.
A shopper on Jun 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Although I can't answer your question as to length, I CAN advise you NOT to purchase this item. I used it one day, and my horse ripped it. Do yourself a favor and go for the leather version, I'm sure it will last longer
Will it fit a draft horse?
MAUREEN A on Feb 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My daughter uses one for her Haflinger (small draft) mare. Depending upon the size of the draft, if one isn't large enough, I would just buckle two together to extend the lengnth of the collar.
Would this work to tie at the hitching post for a minute while slipping the bridle on? I’m thinking this would be easier / better then letting the halter and lead rope dangle on the neck and risk my young one getting lose.
Ronda L on May 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely! I purchased two (one for a friend and one for myself) and embroidered our horses name and phone number. We do lots of trail riding and we leave the neck collar on while out on the trails.
In the event we had some sort of event and the horses took off at least there would be emergency call number. Just don't put it on tight and yet not so loose their hoof could get caught while grazing. If you do have it embroidered, make the phone number large enough so that it could be read at a distance. And yes it works great for hitching to a post especially to a highline.