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5 Star Mohair Halter Style G

5 Star Mohair Halter Style G
from $168.95

 

5 Star Equine Products 100% all-natural mohair halter with tri-color diamond pattern. Hand-made in the USA!

Halter Specifications:

  • Heavy duty hardware
  • Box stitching at stress points for added strength
  • Replaceable lopped on snap
  • Royal Blue nylon halter

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5 Star Experiences

Brandy Higdon

Tennessee

I love the 5 star pad because my horse is much more comfortable and he doesn't sweat as bad under the pad. It makes my saddle stay in position with no slipping and also I don't have to tighten my cinch as tight because it keeps the pressure more even.

Tammy Johnson

I first decided to purchase a 5 star pad after hearing all of the awesome reviews on it and learning that they have the most virgin wool out of any other saddle pad on the market. I have ordered 3 pads and I am hooked! My horses stay comfortable whether it be during speed events or long trail rides.

Vonnie Peters

La Bumba Quarter Horses Rocky Mtn. Hse.

I love your 5 Star Pads. Keep up the good work! My horses and I are depending on you.

Beth Leabo

I love my 5 star pad! It is so soft and I feel has the best protection for my horse's back. We trail ride and barrel race in ours! My mare's back doesn't seem as hot and sweaty using our 5 star compared to other saddle pad's I have used. Only the best for my girl!

Cathy Coleman

United States

In 2009, Shoii shattered the knee joint of his right hind leg, rendering unable to flex the joint once it healed. Although his body was a little beat-up, his heart certainly was not and I could tell that it was still very important to him to "take me out for a ride."

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