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  • n. Plural form of headcollar.


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  • Chestnut Cob - Yes the Dually headcollars have been recomended to me, and I think the lunge line would definatley work as it would like you said allow me to keep the pressure on.


  • Leaving nylon headcollars on in stable with unsupervised horses (as in, noone on the yard)


  • I have some old corner buckets which i still use and also headcollars which are donkeys years old.


  • I have (and I suspect many more also have) a surplus of small tack items, headcollars, bridles, bridle parts etc.


  • You must vote before you can view the results of this poll I am traumatised that more people think leaving a horse without water or anythnig moving through its gut (the colic was not bad, it gets it becasue it cribs ... vet came out and didnt even give her anything) is worse Quote: nylon headcollars on overnight in a stable My livery went mad and said I was trying to kill her horse as I gave it a section of hay and did its water.



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