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1. 2. 3. This is a set of show tack I made
for a western rider, the breast collar, bridle and reigns are all
hand made, to match the belt seen in the belt section. The flowers
are all stamped and hand painted while the vines are all hand carved
by knife and painted in. All the buckles and hardware including the
center ring on this breast collar were special ordered with
4. This halter was made of double layer leather all hand stitched
and hand stamped with the barbwire pattern. The only strap that
didn't double layer or get stamped was the strap going over back of
the head. It had a buckle as well as a snap on the neck strap.
5. This Bridle was made for a draft mule. The blinders are
roughly 5x5 and have a piece of metal sandwiched between the leather
to help stiffen them The strap connecting them lets you control how
wide apart they are.
6. This simple halter called either a grooming halter or turn-out
halter is simply a nose band, a rolled chin strap with a ring on it,
and 2 straps that run up the cheeks and have a buckle on one side.
This is favored by stable owners for morning turn outs to pasture.
7. This large piece was a halter made for a Percheron. The
straps are 1 1/2 inches wide, and it needed to be lengthened a bit
more than the store bought halters were. It's all single layer
construction, but the leather is Very thick and the stitches very
strong. This was made in a matching set with 2 regular halters for
Tennessee walking horses.
8. This is a horse collar, it has 2 "O" rings and a loop and ring
on it as well. These are handy for cross-tying horses when you
need to do something with it's head. Or if you have to take the
halter off to put the bridle on and the horse tends to walk away.
This light 1/2 inch wide breast collar is made
for an English saddle, it s double layered of a medium thickness
leather adding strength and durability while keeping stylish and has
hand stitching all along the edges