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Kensington Side Pull Rope Training Halter

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Product Summary:

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Kensington Side Pull Rope Training Halter
This Rope Halter/Side Pull combiniation is great for those that enjoy riding with out all the bulky mess of having a halter and bridle on at the same time. The Bosal style nose with knots on each side gives you greater control while on the ground or in the saddle. This halter combo is made of rot resistant marine cord.  Lead not included.
Size: Average Horse

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A shopper on Oct 19, 2015
Best Answer: Hi there, I bought one of these and it's great! When I bought it it said "one size fits all" and I'd say it fits most horses except large horses like WB and Bigger Breeds In general. I have an Australian Stock Horse who is quite small and it fits him well, and I also have a 16h TB who it just fits too!! so really it fits Cob/Full but not extremely large fulls. Hope this helps and good luck! :)
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my mare is super light in the face (reining horse handle) and prefers not to have a bit in her mouth, would this work? i ride her in a rope halter currently, but would like something like this
A shopper on Jan 29, 2016
Best Answer: They work OK, but I prefer a side-pull hackamore it training hackamore which is also sold by it's about $20 I think. I also have a Dr cook bitless bridle that I really like, but those are more expensive.
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