Choosing the Right HYBRID Halter


The Classic, in leather or nylon is our most popular style!

  • Handmade in small batches
  • Solid brass hardware
  • Yachting braid rope undercarriage for control
  • Sizes: foal to draft

For horses who need maximum control, for riding, for replacement of a stud chain, or for horses who have developed a pull away or drag their owner habit, the lariat style is a good choice.

  • Handmade in small batches.
  • Maintains its structure and only engages when the horse pushes against it
  • Solid brass hardware




Size Breed/Age/Size Nose Circumference Dee to Dee*
Suckling Foal  Foals up to weaning  Figure 8  
Mini Miniature horses  under 18" under 28"
Weanling Shetland ponies and weanling foals  18- 20" 28-34"
Yearling Yearling horses and sport poinies, POA's  20-21" 34-36"
Small Small headed adult Quarter Horses, average headed 2-year-olds, Arabians.  21-22" 36-38"
Average Most adult Quarter Horses, Paints and Thoroughbreds, Morgans, Mustangs, Gypsies, smaller Warmbloods. Under 15.2 with average sized jowls. Cob.  22-24" 38-40"
Large Larger Warmbloods, Large Jowled Paints, Foundation Bred Quarter Horses with Larger heads, Mules  24-26" 40-44"
XX-Large/Draft For all drafts and most draft crosses  26-28" 44-50"


 *Dee to dee measurement is measured from side dees on either side of the horse's face, over the top of the poll to the opposite dee.