Asterisk Horse Collars & Harness

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DRAUGHT SHOW BRIDLE & LEAD

The Draught Show Bridle is intended for use on mares in led classes. The Lead pictured is the double-billeted version; a single-billeted lead is also available.

Draught Show Bridle

DRAUGHT HEADSTALL (DRESS)

The Draught Headstall pictured [normally made without the name plate] is for showing younger horses in led classes.

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STALLION ROLLERS (SHOW)

Asterisk Horse-collars & Harness manufactures three different styles of Draught Stallion Roller:

Australian-style Stallion Rollers [see photos below]:
Traditionally, this style has a leather roller-top, with a webbing girth (colours now available are red/white/gold or blue/white/gold) and a single, off-side side rein. This style can also be made with a matching leather girth.

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English-style Stallion Rollers: [see photos below]:
This style is usually made with a special narrower, royal blue and white webbing roller top and girth, and normally comes with a backstrap/folded dock and a headcheck, as well as side-reins.

english style stallion rollerenglish stallion roller

Scottish-style Stallion Rollers::
This style is traditionally made in Scotland and Northern England with a 'Scotch Top' or buckle-on rosette pad, with the rosettes made of intricately woven ribbon [see first close-up photo below], with both ribbons and webbing again in the royal blue and white colours. A less expensive version to that pictured can be made from royal blue and white patent [see second close-up photo below].

scottish stallion roller - Ribbon rosettes
Ribbon rosettes
scottish stallion roller - Patent rosettes
Patent rosettes
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STALLION HEADSTALL (SHOW)

The Draught Stallion Headstall pictured below is much more ornate and substantial than the Dress Headstall previously shown, with heavy brass hardware and strapping as appropriate for showing a draught stallion.

Draught Stallion Headstall - Showstallion headstall front

STALLION BRIDLE(SHOW)

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DRAUGHT NOSEBAG (SHOW)

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DRAUGHT SPAT BOOTS

The Spat Boots (normally made from harness leather, rather than the white-hide in the photo below) come in two sizes; Full and Yearling/Two-Year-Old.

DRAUGHT SPAT BOOTS

DRAUGHT HOBBLES & HOBBLE CHAINS

DRAUGHT HOBBLES & HOBBLE CHAINS

DRAUGHT KNEE-HOBBLES

To make a horse stand

draught knee hobbles

DRAUGHT BREAKING IN BRIDLE / ROLLER / CRUPPER / SIDE REINS

DRAUGHT BREAKING IN BRIDLE / ROLLER / CRUPPER / SIDE REINS

CAMEL PACK SADDLE

 

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WIGRAM PATENT CART SADDLE

The Wigram Patent Cart/Lorry Saddle is made with a pressed steel, rather than leather, housen, for the budget-conscious heavy horse enthusiast. This style of saddle is normally made with a check-lined panel, which is firmly straw-stuffed [to the traditional saddle standard] to ensure the comfort of the horse. The photo below shows such a saddle, mounted with the backband and shaft tugs.

wigram patent cart saddle

TRADITIONAL CART/LORRY SADDLE

The photo below shows a standard Square Cart/Lorry Saddle (Work, leather-lined panel), with the traditional leather housen.

traditional cart saddle

NECK BAGS

The photos below show examples of a set of Neck-Bags, with concertina gussets, made to be secured to the front of a riding saddle

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CART LOCK-STRAP

The photo below shows a Cart Lock-Strap, which is used –in combination with the reins – to ‘lock up’ a horse in a two-wheeled vehicle parked by the road-side

lockstrap cart