Snap on throatlash to quickly fit the halter without having to readjust it.
The noseband and headpiece can be adjusted using the buckle.
Buffalo leather lined with a highly durable invisible strap.
Withstands up to 200 kg.
Wash with glycerine soap before applying protective oil.
HORSE RIDING WESTERN RIDING RIDING SCHOOL HACKING WESTERN RIDING DRESSAGE EQUITATION SHOW JUMPING EVENTING ENDURANCE RIDING TRAIL RIDING
Cat. C pony (12.3 to 13.3 hh) and Cat. D pony, small horse (13.3 to 15.3 hh)
Standard horse (15.3 to 16.3 hh) and tall horse (16.3 to 17.3 hh).
Instructions for use
If your horse has a habit of rearing up, we highly suggest you use an anti-panic snap hook for quick release.
Why care for your leathers?
Proper care of your leather gear is essential for the comfort of the horse and the safety of the rider. A well-maintained saddle and bridle will last much longer and provide better working and riding conditions. Leather is easier to care for if done regularly, either daily, weekly or monthly, depending on weather conditions and how often you use it.
Advice for restoring leather
Glycerine soap is for cleaning your leathers daily. However, it is important to carry out a full clean once a month: Step 1: clean your leathers with glycerine soap and a sponge. Leave to dry. Step 2: apply oil using a cloth, paying particular attention to the underside of the leather. Leave to seep in. Not recommended for leather that is already soft. STEP 3: For all types of leather: Apply grease using a cloth, leave to seep in, then buff to a bright shine.
Care instructions before the first use:
Grease new leathers. Clean regularly with glycerine soap. Regularly grease to keep the leather supple and long-lasting.
The durability of our halters is tested in the lab. All of our halters withstand at least 200kg of traction.