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post #1 of 6 Old 07-02-2014, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Need a new halter, any cool options out there..

need a nice looking nylon halter,, any cool pics around?
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I forgot to add the horse is a chestnut
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10 yr old foxttrotter gelding for trail and arena no show
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post #4 of 6 Old 07-02-2014, 09:34 PM
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Check out the Lamicell breakaway halters with the soft polar fleece noseband and behind the ears.

They're so soft & comfy looking and his nose doesnt get rubbed anymore. Looks really nice after tossing in the washer, which I do all the time. The rest of the halter is nylon lined/padded with the polar fleece but there isn't any stiff nylon on the noseband or behind the ears, so it's just light and soft.

I got Townes (TownesThatBigCHESTNUT) the navy one and he looks so handsome in it. I was the 1st in my barn to get one, everyone fell in love with it, now every horse in the barn has them!

I worried it wouldn't be durable but other than the breakaway part/screws nobody in the herd has ripped - and these guys love to play halter-tag! Mine's a year old and still looks great.

At about $30 on Amazon, $35 at Dover (I think Roma makes them too) I love the navy on a chestnut but his barnmates have a really pretty aqua that looks unusually pretty, they have black, a medium green, lime green and hot pink! Mine is white stitched but some have no logo. The hot pink mare's is even rhinestone "bling"!

If I were a horse this is the comfy (but nice!) halter I would want. It's like fuzzy pjs!
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post #5 of 6 Old 07-03-2014, 08:07 AM
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I love the look of a leather halter on any horses me there is no comparison in "setting" off a head than putting on a well-fitted leather halter. Just because it is leather it also need not cost a fortune either.

That said,...

If you are going to do nylon...please only do a breakaway style of some sort for your horses sake and safety.

Teal and aqua are very pretty in saddle blankets on this colored horse so why not a halter...
Purple, a deep purple is also very eye-catching I think.

Happy shopping.

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post #6 of 6 Old 07-03-2014, 10:10 AM
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I love Red Haute halters for fancy dancy fun. If you buy from the actual Red Haute site, you can add a break away piece.

Be careful if you buy from Amazon, the sizes aren't listed very well. double check the description before you purchase.

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