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Our 10 G Driving Collar
Black full grain leather. Outside seam insewn with 1/2" strip of leather to protect the thread
Available in full face (in stock) or half sweeney
Sizes 10" to 24"
Available in Russet (brown), white or Patent leather
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Our # 16 Field collar
This collar is made with a high quality full grain leather
It has a double stitched and leather laced
outseam for longer wear
Extra heavy leather cap
Average draft is 18"
Available in other colors. Half Sweeney (in stock), Full Sweeney, Full Face
One of the best field collars made !
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|We have a good selection of Pulling and Logging Collars
Quality Made to last for years under
heavy duty use.
All Our Collars are available in
Russett or Brown
Patent leather or White
Prices start at: $ 58.95
Our #72 Collar
Sweeney Explained :The thicker a horse's neck, the less material they need on the "inside" of the collar. This is apparent approx. 1/3 the way down the neck of the collar.
Very thicked necked horses, usually stallions, will require a full sweeney. An average horse will take a half sweeney, and a thin necked horse will take a full face, as will a mule. Mules and donkeys will have even more material as they are thinner necked by nature
Most draft geldings and mares, as well as most quarter horse type horses and Haflingers, will use the half sweeney.
Full face would be used by Standard bred or Saddle bred horses, as well as Arabians.
Keep in mind these are "most" definitions
The key to getting the most from your horse depends on making them as comfortable as possible.
Adjustable Collars are available
in 2 inch increments
They are availble in both the
#72 and #16 Brodhead horse collars
Patent Fastener or Buckle Billet?
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