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post #1 of 2 Old 06-26-2012, 12:30 AM Thread Starter
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Need help on halter sizes please! *pics*

Im really wanting to get my Tennessee Walking horse mare a brand new, pretty halter. And i picked out what i wanted on a webiste. thing is, i dont know her measurements and im not sure on what size she would wear :/ This is the website, with the halter i want (not that color though) - 9 DIFFERENT Animal Print Trim Halters - RM ANIMAL PRT

The sizes they have are Pony, Yearling, Arabian/Cob, Horse, Large horse, Warmblood. And i have no clue what to get ): I used to get her halters from stores like Tractor supply, and the one she has now just says "average horse" on the size of it. The halter im wanting it expensive, so i want to make sure i get the right size. Im confused on if i should get the Horse size, or large horse size.

Im adding 2 pictures of her, and the halter im wanting. Please help! It would be -greatly- appriciated!

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post #2 of 2 Old 06-26-2012, 12:45 AM
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I would just go with horse sized. Oversized horse is more for warm bloods and such

Eta- $45 for that halter seems awfully expensive. You could find them alot cheaper on chicks I bet!
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