Royal King Rawhide Single Rope Side Pull

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Royal King Rawhide Single Rope Side Pull


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Royal King Rawhide Single Rope Side Pull
5/8" leather headstall with single waxed nylon rope nose and single rawhide braided curb. The second ring is for reins allowing the noseband to roll across the horse's nose giving you a better head position on your young performance prospect. 
Size: Horse Adjustable

Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by my horse loves it My horse does not like bits and is very head shy. She can get a bit excited too. Although she's still head shy, this is so much easier to get on and is great on training her to stop and slow down. Great price & value! March 8, 2012
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Want to try my mare with a side pull
DONNA M on Nov 18, 2015
Have a sidepull and love it. Want to have one for each horse.
T I on Oct 4, 2014
I want to work my mare without a bit first, then use the mullen mouth eggbutt snaffle bit.
LOUISE P on Oct 5, 2014
Would a single rope side pull fit a small horse?
EILEEN G on Mar 23, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, I believe this will fit a smaller horse. My horse has a fairly small head. I was able to drop my horses head, relax and and bend easily with minimal pressure. The nose adjust low or high for best needed performance.
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