Donkey Halters with wrapped noseband

 

 

 

 

 Family, Farm, & Ranch

     
 

For size comparison, our donkey is 12 hands. 

The halter is shorter from the fiador knot to the knot under the throat, the rest of the halter is about the same size as the Arabian halters.

The colors shown are what we have available now.

These color options will vary depending on the

colors we are able to purchase.
Scroll down for rope info.

To order a lead rope click here.

Quantities can be changed before your order is submitted.

All colors are $16.50 each.

Color Options 

  Colonial Blue

Colonial Blue; noseband

wrapped in black

   

  purple

Purple; noseband

wrapped in black

   

  Red, White, & Blue

Red, White, & Blue;

noseband wrapped in *red

   

*We can substitute Royal Blue for the noseband.

Please email us with your choice or note it in the comments during checkout.


  gray with white & green

Gray with White & Green;

noseband wrapped in Hunter Green

   

  black halter rope

Black; noseband wrapped in *black

   

*We can substitute another color; Royal Blue, Red, Turquoise, or Hunter Green.

Please email us with your choice or note it in the comments during checkout.


  Yellow with Red

Yellow with Red; noseband

wrapped in red

   

  orange with black

Hunter Orange with Black;

noseband wrapped in black

   

Rope Information

The halters are made out of 3/8" diamond braid polypropylene rope, this is not a stiff rope. 

We are considering stocking other types of rope. Let us know what you're looking for!

For the halters with a wrapped noseband, a solid color 1/8" polypropylene rope is used.

 

Polypropylene rope is very strong and resistant to moisture, however, it will deteriorate if left out in the

sunlight, as most products do.

If you do not see your color preference listed below, please email us with your request
before you place an order. 4ponies@cableone.net
We can also make several of the same color for your equine group or club.

We do not recommend leaving a halter on a horse when turned loose, either in a pen or in a pasture.

Please be safe and consult a professional trainer if you have any questions regarding the handling of your horse.

         
 

 

 

 

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To Contact Us:

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FamilyFarmAndRanch.com

Paula Crawford, owner

4ponies@cableone.net

208-468-9585