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Our work is done by hand according to your requirements, so that the production of the articles takes a lot of work. Minor parts such as halter and leads can be produced and dispatched quickly, but all other orders are usually dispatched approx. 2-3 week after receipt of order.
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Checking the security of horses
If your horse needs to be replaced, it is best not to hesitate. Wearing a scrap of hide or a fractured stapes can cause a whole bunch of hassle that you can prevent by checking your horse neck on a regular basis and fixing old equipment or purchasing new equipment if necessary. Here is what to test when you test the abrasion of your horse:
When using a westernsaddle, make sure that the belt is not damaged or thinned. Wherever leathers are thin to the touch, this means that they have been extended beyond their boundaries. You should always substitute debilitated leathers, as you can no longer rely on them to last when you need them. If they become loose, they can stick out and make horse back-breaking.
Do not put a horse on grazing land with a torn or frazzled soak. Doing so will put your horse - and other animals - at risk because they can get entangled and entangled in large cracks. Halter must be in top form, and they must be comfortable to wear with your horse. Ensure that the leathers are stable.
Torn hide is a symbol that you should change your horse's neck. At some point the torn parts crack and it can occur at an unfavourable time. When the torn, abraded hide is near a buckled opening, this can affect the overall halters perform. Also watch out for leaden cables and change them if they become frayed or scratch.
Lashes are widely used and their power is crucial to the horse's well-being and security. Watch out for faint, elongated areas, as with saddle and handle. Also, inspect metallic clasps and bolts - bolt may become worn over a period of use and may need to be changed, especially if they become thinner or bumped.