Leather halters break. It is
a fact of life. Broken halters can either be repaired or
replaced. That choice is a simple matter of economics.
Many good halters get tossed
out because most areas just simply do not have someone
around that can fix them (or at least someone who will fix them at a
price that makes sense).
Even in doing halter
repairs at our own shop, we recognize the the reality of
cost. Is it worth the shipping expense to repair one or two
halters? Is it worth the trouble to keep up with broken
halters until the pile is big enough to make it worth that
shipping expense? Is a halter even worth fixing?
We are now offering a line of
"do-it-yourself" halter repair parts. As
they catch on, the list of available parts will grow. In the
meantime here is our selection of the parts that we have
designed so that you can fix your own halter, both reliably
All parts, unless otherwise
noted, are available in either harness leather as is used in
our turnout halters or in
dark oiled bridle leather as is used in our stable
halters and dress halters.