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Choosing the Right HYBRID Halter


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

  • Made in the USA
  • 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.

  • Maintains its structure and only engages when the horse pushes against it
  • Solid brass hardware
  • Made in the USA




Size Breed/Age/Size Nose Circumference Dee to Dee*
Suckling Foal  Foals up to weaning  Figure 8  
Mini Miniature horses  18" 28"
Weanling Shetland ponies and weanling foals  20" 34"
Yearling Yearling horses and sport poinies, POA's  21" 36"
Arabian Arabians with a signature long head  22" 39"
Small Small headed adult Quarter Horses, average headed 2-year-olds, Cobb size ponies and Arabians.  22" 38"
Average Most adult Quarter Horses, Paints and Thoroughbreds, Morgans, Mustangs, Gypsies, smaller Warmbloods. Under 15.2 with average sized jowls.  24" 40"
Large Larger Warmbloods, Large Jowled Paints, Foundation Bred Quarter Horses with Larger heads, Mules  26" 44"
XX-Large/Draft For all drafts and most draft crosses  28" 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.