Breakaway Halter-Natural
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Breakaway Halter-natural


Rating: 4.6

Average rating from 14 reviews.

(4.6 out of 5, based on 14 reviews)

This quality 3/4" nylon halter has a burgundy latigo leather crown for a convenient breakaway design. Features brass plated double crown buckles, a sewn-in solid brass throat snap and a rolled throat design.
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Reader's Reviews (14)
Michelle T.
Rating: 5

Safe and Durable Halter

posted 5 years ago

This halter is made with your horse's protection in mind. You have the durability and convenience of nylon and the safety of a breakaway leather piece.

Pros: Safe for your horse

Cons: None

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Kortney C.
Rating: 5

Great Halter.

posted 5 years ago

I would suggest to people to use these on young or horses who stay out in a field. These are great because if they get caught up on something and start freaking it will break them loose. They are great and very cute.

Pros: good for babies.

Cons: none

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