Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

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Basic Picket Line Neck Collar

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Product Summary:

This 2" wide nylon collar features a buckle closure, and is perfect for horses who do not tie well with a halter; for exposing the head while grooming and for use while riding, eliminating the need to have a halter under the bridle.

Size: Adjustable Horse Size, 42" long from end of buckle.

Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT771024 193869BK 765839585394

Product Reviews by Customers

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Convenient and economical also strong enough for my big horses.
We handle our horses a lot daily so having the picket line strap on them saves me putting on a halter every time I need to move or handle them. One horse is a Houdini at slipping a halter. I feel these are safer than a halter in many cases. The Houdini horse is also an expert at slipping her halter on a tie line when camping. I am hoping she won't be able to slip the neck collar. We have yet to see.
November 9, 2016
you get what you pay for - average quality but very cheap neck collar
I intended to use this for hard-to-catch pasture horses to have something to grab onto. Probably not the best choice because it rubbed the mane behind the ears off in no-time. I would think it would work fine for picketing horses and such, not for long-term use, though.
December 21, 2015
Love it!
My gelding is a master escape artist.We camp a lot using picket lines/high linesand he would get out of any halter Iput him in, somehow... Or better yet hewould haverope tangled around himselfsome which away.This gives him freedom to move. It movesaround his neck and he doesn't get tangledand he cannot get it over his head!How nice it's been to not worry about himrunning around camp at 4 am.I just bought 3 more for my other horses.Just need more color options!!!
August 28, 2015
not durable for a1100 or 1200 lb horse, needs more plys too thin, broke first time my horse got spooked, I got one about 6 years ago which was much thicker and didn't brake, and iam still using the first one, what happened to the thicker ones? they did refund my purchase.
December 4, 2014
This neck collar is wider than others I have purchased before
Smart looking and the color is nice and works well instead of a halter around our pasture
October 9, 2014
Great for my gelding
My gelding (who is being trained on manners) isn't exactly patient for me to put on a bridle. I use this to hold him in place while taking off the halter and putting on a bridle.
September 16, 2014
love these
I just love these collars. I use them for high line camping. The only complaint I have is to make them in more colors!!!
July 15, 2014
Construction is too light
If this product had twice the nylon, it would be a terrific product. However, the single ply construction of this collar leaves me with having to write a poor review. For light duty, I suppose it would suffice but, as I am out in the woods with my horses for extended periods I have no time to "baby" this product.
March 7, 2014
Excellent for daily use!
I stake my donkey out to graze every day, and his halter was rubbing his nose, so I got this to use instead. Absolutely no problems at all, and it works better for him,too, because it makes it easier for him to get the rope to play out beside him instead of getting tangled up in his feet. We have been using this item every day for months. I am going to get another one for my mule to wear when we go riding so I will have a way to tie him if I need to while we are out.
January 4, 2014
this product did just what i wanted it to.
I drive my horse and use it to tether her when i want to take off the halter and finish putting the harness on her.
September 4, 2013
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haven't tried this yet
Phillip L on Jul 4, 2017
thought it would be good... but was very cheaply made... don't like
Vicki A on Feb 1, 2017
haven't tried this yet
Phillip L on Jul 4, 2017
got a pony that has figured out how to take his halter off, when he's standing tied, no matter how tight it is, thought we would give this a try and see if it works. Also will be doing pack trips using picket lines and figured we could use these then also
Ride- A on Jun 28, 2017
thought it would be good... but was very cheaply made... don't like
Vicki A on Feb 1, 2017
good for chewers, can crosstie on trail where they can't chew.
ANGELA S on Oct 19, 2015
I chose this product because a friend of mine uses this and loves it. I thought I would try it.
TINA B on Sep 21, 2015
help with hard to catch horse
Rodney K W on May 5, 2015
I have one of these and love it so I bought one for my sons horse for when we go camping with the horses.
HOLLY M on May 2, 2015
friend has one and it works great when changing from bridle back to halter
Linda L on Mar 23, 2015
to prevent hair wear across nose. and safety.
ANN J on Feb 3, 2015
Just to see what it was and if it will work with my equines.
TED S on Aug 31, 2014
To go with my ezpicket line at my local saddle club
JUDITH K on Jun 18, 2014
my horse does not like to be tied by a halter, this item got good reviews, had to try it
SUSAN R on May 28, 2014
great for interns to catch horses. You can put different color tape on them for identification. Great for feeding, so that the lead rope isn't dipped in the feed.
DIAN W on May 25, 2014
This item works very well. Saw another person with it.
Brian G on Apr 1, 2014
got a pony that has figured out how to take his halter off, when he's standing tied, no matter how tight it is, thought we would give this a try and see if it works. Also will be doing pack trips using picket lines and figured we could use these then also
Ride- A on Jun 28, 2017
good for chewers, can crosstie on trail where they can't chew.
ANGELA S on Oct 19, 2015
Is this safe for pasture use? I watched a show that had a horse get its foot stuck in halter is this possible with this, I see alot of horses wearing these when out in pastures at boarding ?
Tinydoc on Mar 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Have used neck collars for over 20 years on all of my herd for turnout. Safer than halters and makes for easy catching in the field. Fasten like dog collar snug but not tight and you'll have no fear of hoof getting caught. The collar will shred at buckle if caught on a tree or something so I buy extra to keep on hand for replacements. I also fasten a dog tag with contact number in case of emergency.
how many rings does it have? only one for leading or does it have two others for cross ties too? does it have two rings all together that you can use one for leading, and if you need to cross tie your horse have an other ring?
mandy b. on Jun 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Mandy,
Unfortunately this collar only has one ring. Unless your horses are very well broke, I wouldn't recommend cross tying them while on a picket line. Even if there were two rings on this collar, it's construction is too light for that kind of application. I hope this helps in your decision.
does it have two rings? like for cross tieing?
mandy b. on Jun 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: mine has a d ring close to the buckle n a ring where u would like to snap ur lead rope. i dont think i,d use it in a picket line. i'd use a leather halter in case of accident horse could break halter n not hang itself. i use mine at the hitching post when i' m grooming n getting ready to saddle n put bridle on to ride. halter would be in the way n i dont use halter on short rides, if rides r 3 to 4 hour rides i use a rope halter in case i want to tie up for lunch n not break reins on bridle. hope this statment is helpful.
Is the collar large enough for a draft?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Size: Adjustable Horse Size, 42" long from end of buckle.