The Classic is a direct combination of a nylon halter and a rope halter, with a sliding ring for lungeing and noseband knots for control. Besides giving you a better response than any other halter, it also eliminates head twisting, knot tying hassles and stripped buckle holes while being safe for trailering, crosstying and even riding. Not just a training halter, the Hybrid replaces any day-to-day halter you are currently using.
This particular style features:
What makes the HYBRID different from a normal rope halter or normal web halter?
The Hybrid has all the convenience, personalization options, and functionality of a traditional web/flat halter. It features the stability of the buckles, rings and snap of a flat halter, combined with the training ability and control of the rope halter, plus the added benefit of the sliding ring under the chin for clarity of signal. The Hybrid is the ultimate functional and training halter in one convenient design! You can cross tie in it, it won't tighten if a horse pulls back in it, it won't torque a horse's head to the side like a rope halter, so is both more comfortable for your horse and more effective for training because it mimics the application of pressure he will later experience with a bit. Your horse will find it difficult to lean on, so it can deliver a precision of cue that neither a rope, nor nylon halter can match. No matter what kind of leading, training, groundwork or handling you're doing with your horse, the Hybrid will improve your communication.
|Size||Breed/Age/Size||Nose Circumference||Dee to Dee*|
|Suckling Foal||Foals up to weaning||Figure 8|
|Weanling||Shetland ponies and weanling foals||20"||34"|
|Yearling||Yearling horses and sport poinies, POA's||21"||36"|
|Arabian||Arabians with a signature long head||22"||39"|
|Small||Small headed adult Quarter Horses, average headed 2-year-olds, Cobb size ponies and Arabians.||22"||38"|
|Average||Most adult Quarter Horses, Paints and Thoroughbreds, Morgans, Mustangs, Gypsies, smaller Warmbloods. Under 15.2 with average sized jowls.||24"||40"|
|Large||Larger Warmbloods, Large Jowled Paints, Foundation Bred Quarter Horses with Larger heads, Mules||26"||44"|
|XX-Large/Draft||For all drafts and most draft crosses||28"||50"|