Basic Poly Side Pull Rope Training Halter

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Product Summary:

Knotted Rope Side Pull Training Halter

The perfect alternative to using reins without a bit. The side pull rope halter allows for training a young horse or enjoying an older horse without the discomfort from using a bit. Four knots across the noseband add pressure where needed for more control. The side pulls should fit snug on either side of the nose. Halter is made from diamond braided rot resistant rope. Side pull rings are nickel plated. Polypropolene.  Average Size.

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E002335 BLK 194057BK 635913018110
Blue E002335 BLU 194057BL 765839196538
Brown E002335 BRN 194057BR 765839074850
Green/Black E002335 GBK 194057GRBK 765839319685
Pink E002335 PNK 194057PK 765839329417
Purple E002335 PPL 194057PP 765839077387

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this? Store
looked handy for trail riding spare
NZ4730969julene m on Dec 4, 2016
i just want to see the quality
Diego J on Aug 10, 2016
looked handy for trail riding spare
NZ4730969julene m on Dec 4, 2016
it was cheap
Cassidy B on Sep 5, 2016
i just want to see the quality
Diego J on Aug 10, 2016
use as a spare/alternate with homemade one I currently use
JANICE H on Aug 10, 2016
For ground training horses
DIANE C on Feb 27, 2016
Not the best quality but handy as an extra.
JILL N on Jan 5, 2016
bought before and works well for control, especially if you have one that pulls really bad,plus the rings work nicely to lunge with if you have a well started horse
Vannessa F on Aug 9, 2015
My daughter loves to ride her pony no matter what the weather. The side pull allowed her to ride all winter without warming a cold bit.
JONATHAN K on Jul 9, 2015
rescued a mare and needed barn supplies
Aloah D on Jun 17, 2015
cross tie and train
JORETTA R on Mar 2, 2015
I want to try bitless riding
Karen S on Jan 9, 2015
I wanted to try it for training.
Constance F on Nov 8, 2014
Training purposes
LAURA M on May 30, 2014
For ground work with my horse.
STACY R on May 29, 2014
my horse hates bits and so I thought I would try this
Jayden H on May 28, 2014
good price
Valerie F on Apr 16, 2014
This is what we both ride in and use for our groundwork so they are very convenient, we love them!
PAMELA A on Apr 2, 2014
beginning work with my mule and wasn't ready for a bit. This should work.
Rhonda S on Mar 31, 2014
good halter for training
Rachel C on Mar 6, 2014
works great for teaching a horse to flex
JAY H on Mar 5, 2014
I hope this will help teaching my filly to lunge with a bite more ease.
barbara b on Feb 13, 2014
it was cheap
Cassidy B on Sep 5, 2016
use as a spare/alternate with homemade one I currently use
JANICE H on Aug 10, 2016
What sizes are available?
A shopper on Jul 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi there! These are average size.
draft sizes available?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: This halter is sized for average horses approximately 800-1100 lbs.
is this going to fit a pony?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It runs very large for a horse size. It fits my Friesian, and he has a big heeeeeed. AKA. Fathead. It would work for a spare headstall or halter should the need arise. I'm not sure what I'm gonna do with it now I have it. Way to big for the mustangs, Saddlebred, Donkey, so the only option left is Fathead, and it fit him. Good luck with this purchase
I have a 21 old QH that can't ride with a bit. He is 16-17 hands with a HUGE head. Is this going to fit, work and be useable for him???
CowgirlAlways on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This item comes in standard horse size, 800-1100 pounds.
What diameter is the rope used?
A shopper on Mar 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I am sure the exact diameter but about the width of a bic pen. It is not the more narrow stiff rope use in many of the clinicians halters.
do they fit a QH ?
Roxanne k on Jul 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Average Size
are the nots ugly??
A shopper on Mar 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Tie the horse in the halter several times and the knots will tighten up and get smaller. It's kind of good that they're loose like that so that you can adjust them if you need it at first. But later you probably won't be able to get them undone because they will be tight.