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post #1 of 6 Old 06-29-2013, 10:26 AM Thread Starter
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Discount Halters? (Canada)

I've found myself needing more halters for training, however their cost to ship to Canada from the US is really expensive. The halters are $54.00, with shipping and exchange to Ontario, it comes to $92.00.

I had a client say she had someone at her stable who got free or discount halters, and she happened to have one still in the package that I bought from her. She got it for free somehow.

The halters I use are the Dually Halters

Anyone heard of this halter discount deal? I'd like to get on that train

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post #2 of 6 Old 06-29-2013, 03:30 PM
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Dover is having a sale on their halters- $4 each! Don't know how shipping to Canada would work, but it might be worth it to buy a bunch and have them shipped together.
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Dover is having a sale on their halters- $4 each! Don't know how shipping to Canada would work, but it might be worth it to buy a bunch and have them shipped together.
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the hardware on those halters looks really thin and weak. i personally wouldn't buy one. you get what you pay for, eh?

these are a little more cost, but look good. and are breakaway for safety: http://www.doversaddlery.com/perris-...er/p/X1-05074/

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post #5 of 6 Old 06-29-2013, 09:31 PM
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the hardware on those halters looks really thin and weak. i personally wouldn't buy one. you get what you pay for, eh?

these are a little more cost, but look good. and are breakaway for safety: Perri's Nylon Halter | Dover Saddlery
Well, she asked and I provided I personally wouldn't buy them for my horse either, but my opinion may change were buying halters for many horses in training. $4 and $19 is a HUGE difference if you're having to buy a dozen of them!!
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The duelly halter is a war bridle which can be fashioned from a rope. What I don't like about the duelly or war bridle is there is it doesn't back off when there is slack in the lead. There is something amiss in the training if a person has to resort to that type of halter/war bridle.
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