Basic Pull Back Training Halter

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Product Summary:

Economy 3-Ply Pull Back Crown Pressure Head Control Training Nylon Halter with Snap
This nylon training halter features an Anti-Pull strap behind the ears accross the horse's head that feeds down through the bottom of the halter which connects to your lead rope, so that when your horse pulls back pressure applies accross the top of the head.  This effective training device works by naturally applying directly to the poll area (behind the ears-crown strap area) of your horse.
 
Features:
  • 1" wide, heavy double and triple construction
  • Adjustable crown
  • Rolled throat with snap
  • Great tool for young horses or for training a horse for trailing
 
Size: Average Horse 800-1100lbs
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black BMH08 BLACK 193018-M-BK 765839930187
Blue BMH08 BLUE 193018-M-BL 765839724816
Hunter BMH08 HUNTR
Red BMH08 RED 193018-M-RD 765839724830

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Good to teach how to paddle
Andres R on Jan 19, 2017
Working with young horse that is sometimes balky about new experiences. Worked well without him noticing.
Jann M on Aug 1, 2015
Good to teach how to paddle
Andres R on Jan 19, 2017
HAVE A HORSE THAT IS LEARNING TO KEEP HER HEAD DOWN
VIVIAN S on May 17, 2016
Working with young horse that is sometimes balky about new experiences. Worked well without him noticing.
Jann M on Aug 1, 2015
Yearling stud colt training
Barbara F on May 11, 2015
Try something new....
Jerah R on Apr 12, 2015
my horse has broken several halters and lead ropes. Sent him to the trainer, still can't trust him to stand tied. i read the reviews on this , hope it does the trick.
Linda W on Dec 3, 2014
Have a hefty yearling who is choosing to ignore the handler with his normal flat nylon halter, and will just bolt and tear away. I need something that gives me a bit more influence when he pulls against me.
Lia S on Sep 26, 2014
My gelding pulled back and broke his regular one. He was at the trainers so I didn't witness it, so I looked over all that I could afford, and decided to go with this one. It makes sense that the way construction of it should correct this issue.
Valerie M on Apr 27, 2014
HAVE A HORSE THAT IS LEARNING TO KEEP HER HEAD DOWN
VIVIAN S on May 17, 2016
Yearling stud colt training
Barbara F on May 11, 2015
Is this halter just good for use for colts that pull back when tied or would this halter be as effective as a chain halter to help assist with walking a puller with no ground manners?
A shopper on Jan 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought one of these but I don't use it and wouldn't recommend it....a blocker tie ring ring works way better and you don't run the risk of hurting the horse, especially a young one...it put my horses poll out from pulling back and just made him set back more. The tie ring 'gives' with him.....and once he realized there wasn't and pressure he quit setting back....it took me maybe half hour to get him from pulling back the whole 12 ft of lead to pulling back just 3 to 4 foot.
Do both straps over the poll go behind the ears?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, keep both together. The smaller, thinner one is used as releasable pressure to the poll. If you pull on it it encourages the horse to drop his head instead of fleeing from pressure to his head. I would not suggest using any manipulative training tool unless you are informed about it or have a trainer who is, as it can cause more damage than good. MOST horses wouldn’t need this type of correction after one good, correct training session. Best of luck!
How do you use this halter?
A shopper on Aug 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You use it just the same as a regular halter, it's just that the design gives the lead rope more pressure on the poll area behind the ears. You put it on the same way as any other nylon halter and the extra
strap just sits under the jaw along with the throatlatch snap.
Would this halter work for a lunging aid, to help put pressure on the poll? I have a rope lunging aid that I plan on using with it? Thanks
Peggy H on Mar 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't believe this would help. The horse would need to pull back against the line to produce pressure.
different sizes? I purchased this halter and it's too small for my fat headed horse LOL
Jude B on Aug 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately State Line only carries it in one size. It is even tight on Arabian heads which defiantly are not large.
Do you have this in large?
Marion M on Sep 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This halter is available in average 800-1100 lb horse size only.