Good gear isn’t cheap.
It works well, and it lasts a lifetime.
I only use and sell gear that I believe in and personally use. Using cheap or “normal” horse tack is generally like using dial-up when you could buy gear that gives you a high-speed connection.
Here are products you can order through me:
This is the Hybrid Halter from The Horse Education Company located in Florida. I am currently the only Colorado dealer for these products. For years I was a rope halter “purist”, and when I was first sent one of these to try, I found all sorts of reasons not to use it. Then something changed my mind: I love to play with my horse Skigh on a long line—either 22 feet or 45 feet long. With a rope halter, the line would pry her jaw towards me and torque her head unnaturally. The Hybrid Halter doesn’t do this, and gives a direct lateral pull so she can keep her balance. I’ve completely switched over and I’ve never looked back.
The halters come in these colors:
The cost is $70 plus shipping and tax.
QUALITY LEAD ROPES
And I recommend that you use them with a good quality lead rope designed for equine purposes. This is the 14-foot working rope and I use it daily. It’s long enough to warm my horse up without being too confining for her.
It comes in these colors:
The cost is $55 plus shipping and tax.
Most good horsewomen and men use a training stick and string or flag. This stick and string combo is %40 lighter than the ones sold in stores or on most horsemanship sites.
I’m using mine here:
And another pic:
The cost is $44 plus shipping and tax.