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How to Measure Your Horse for a Custom Sierra Horse Halter

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Let Your Horse Stand Relaxed when measuring. Measure in Inches.

#1 Around the nose (circumference) about half way between the eye and nostril.

#2 Straight Line from the bottom of the chin to the top of the poll (one side only).

#3 Around the neck (circumference) from under the chin up around the crest (half way between wither and poll) and back down under the chin.

After you have measured, send the measurements to me e-mail and we will go from there.  PFLus.com@gmail.com

See all other information about the Sierra Horse Halter at our site: PFLus.com

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