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The problem with leather
Let's face it, leather halters do not stand up that well to turnout, and they're a pain to clean. And if your horse likes to play halter-tag, it can get expensive to constantly replace them.
Where is the beta biothane?
It's surprisingly hard to find a halter that has the look of leather that is safe and easy-care. There is a big name company that makes them, but only in two sizes, and without a safety mechanism for when your horse gets caught up.
Biothane: A great alternative to leather!
Here is a shoutout to Two Horse Tack for their biothane tack -- especially their biothane halters. Two Horse Tack does custom biothane horse equipment -- reins, bridles, you-name-it. Their halters with a wide array of sizes, colors, styles, and hardware, as you can see from their order page. Beta biothane is easy care. See care instructions.
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- Range of sizes--from mini to draft (or custom)
- Colors--12 solid colors, 13 overlay colors & 13 rhinstone colors
- Hardware--stainless steel or brass (no rust)
- Type of noseband--solid or adjustable chin.
- Safety leather crown
- Selection--English, western, Austalian, Trail, bitless bridles, and more.
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