Tory Pleasure Driving Harness

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Product Summary:

Tory Leather Driving Harness
 
Made in the USA by Amish craftsman with select harness leather and nickel hardware.  Each harness is complete with driving bridle and reins, single harness saddle and belly band with crupper and breeching, breastplace, traces, and driving bit.   Sizing goes by weight.
 
Color:  Black
 
Sizing information, see Size Guide for additional information:
 
Mini - up to 350 lbs. 
Small Pony - 350 lbs.
Medium Pony - 550 lbs.
Large Pony - 750 lbs.
Horse - 1,000 - 1,250 lbs.
 

Headstall measurement is from bit end to bit end.
Surcingle is the entire girth.
Overcheck is from headstall crown to surcingle at longest measurement.
Crupper is from surcingle to center of crupper piece.

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Whats included ?
A shopper on Nov 21, 2014
Best Answer: Each harness is complete with driving bridle and reins, single harness saddle and belly band with crupper and breeching, breastplace, traces, and driving bit.
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It would be very helpful to have the measurements for headstall, surcingle and crupper length. Without these it is impossible to tell what size mini it fits. I have mini A....the tiny ones. What are the actual measurements?
Thanks
Ann G on Nov 11, 2014
Best Answer: These measurements are listed on the sizing chart

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Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Nov 11, 2014
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