CALLING ALL FULL SIZE HEAD HORSES!Cribbing/biting muzzle and english head set/w reins
 
 

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    11-14-2010, 03:37 AM
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Green Broke
CALLING ALL FULL SIZE HEAD HORSES!Cribbing/biting muzzle and english head set/w reins

I have a cribbing muzzle that we used on our old horse that use to attack other horses! Used only a handful of times. Fleece is dirty. For horse that has a full size head.$15..includes shipping.

Have an english braided headstall with braided nose band and braided reins. Has some cosmetic flaws.Reins are in usuable condition but one of the keepers is broken and has a break in it but not all the way through...a little electrical tape will do the trick. Would like $30 includes shipping. BTW,headstall was hard to take a picture of...does not include bit.It's for a full size horse.Make me an offer. Up for trades.

PM me if interested!





Nose band



Side of head stall where I tried making it shorter and browband






Reins



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