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    06-08-2010, 02:09 PM
Originally Posted by MaggiStar    
I leave my guys out in leather halters there posts are plastic becuse its an electric tape so technically they can't get caught on it. They can be seen from our house all day though so its ok.
Do not fool yourself. Horses can get caught on anything. Heck, they can get their own hoof stuck in their halter.
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    06-10-2010, 08:25 AM
I have always been taught not to turn horses out with halters since I was a child for the reasons that have already been stated in the thread.

I am paranoid to even turn out with a break-away. Won't even stall with a halter on. This is not a stab at you or your barn, please don't take it as such, but at all the lesson barns I have been at, everyone was pretty much like, if the kid is too small to reach to put the halter on, a staff member should be going with them anyhow. So they were never left on.

Besides...I'm a halter junkie and I don't want my pretty, bright halters getting torn up! Haha!
    06-10-2010, 05:02 PM
Haha, no offense taken from anyone, don't worry. Thanks for sharing. I agree that if a kid can't catch a horse on their own, someone should be helping them, but we do have a few horses who realize when someone's coming towards them with a halter, it means work, and will run away. :/
    06-10-2010, 09:45 PM
Those are the ones kids can usually catch. Lol

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