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Eveline from Hilversum at 21/09/2019:
I am not a fan of halters in the meadow, but after my horse got caught, I had no other choice to put her briefly on the land with a grazing mask. I came across this halter and that gave me a great deal of reassurance. Until now the halter stays in place and with the Velcro construction it would not hurt itself if it gets stuck. The halter would only come loose behind the ears, I would also prefer that if she caught on with the nose that could also come loose. As soon as they get stuck at the noseband with this halter, the halter would not come loose. It would be optimal if there were also a safety lock. Cob size fits my haflinger well.
Bianca from Zwijndrecht at 04/09/2019:
Widely used on the meadow. Velcro remained in place. Super handy and the safety closure worked very well.
Jan from Nieuwendijk at 15/08/2019:
Not very cheap but good quality and fit
Mo from Zeist at 07/02/2019:
It is a beautiful and strong halter that opens in emergency situations. Super for safe grazing.
Ilse from Gorinchem at 30/01/2019:
My horse can sometimes be very panicky and therefore a halter with safety clasp is fine. then there is nothing broken and you avoid too much pressure on the head when the horse starts to hang
Rachel from Dalen at 25/08/2018:
The idea behind this halter is very appealing, but unfortunately the buckles are just of moderate quality. Halters of the brand Anky or Shires are simply better quality.
What is the safety of the horseware field safe halter? What comes loose when the horse panics? I have always had the safety first safety halter but cannot buy it anywhere. Is this about the same? Thanks in advance. Femke