Tory Harness Leather Snap Single Ear Headstall

Regularly: $45.99

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Tory Harness Leather Snap Single Ear Headstall


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Product Summary:

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Tory Leather Products have been hand crafted in America since 1976. Their single Ear Headstall is sold alone, letting you create a personalized bridle. Harness leather.
• Sliding ear stall
• Premium harness leather
• Snap bit ends
Item Specifications:
Size: 5/8” width

Product Reviews by Customers

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JENNIE H on Dec 30, 2014
needed a new one - liked it matches breast collar
CJ A on May 2, 2014
To replace. Old one
Renee J on Jul 11, 2014
These head stalls are amazing! I love the snaps so I can change bits as I please! It's super durable and pliable! I have 4 now and I love them!
PAM E on Mar 6, 2014
What size horse will this fit? I have a 2yr. old filly that I'm having problems finding a bridle to fit her, they are all too big!!
A shopper on Aug 17, 2015
Best Answer: I have an AQHA mare with a small head and this bridle fits her fine. She usually wears cob size halters, so she has a pretty small head. I guess it also depends on the bit, higher cheek pieces will need a smaller bridle. I have been very happy with this purchase. Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · JILL F on Aug 19, 2015
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What size horse will this fit please? I need a very large size
pidgeypony on Apr 14, 2014
Best Answer: I have a 16.2 quarter horse and it's on one of the smallest holes, so it should fit a pretty big head! Very nice though.
Reply · Report · Kevin W on Apr 15, 2014
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