Challenger Nylon Driving Harness

Item #0040199

$149.99 to $159.99

Challenger Nylon Driving Harness

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Challenger Nylon Harness requires very little maintenance and is an economical way to drive. Complete with blinders & full breeching. Black. Read More

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$159.99

Description

Challenger Nylon Harness

Challenger Nylon Harness requires very little maintenance and is an economical way to drive.

Harness Key Features:

  • blinders
  • full breeching
  • lightweight
  • nylon web
  • adjustable
  • tongue buckles
  • little maintenance
  • economical
Reins included. Bit NOT included.

Attributes

  • Brand: JT International,Fabri-Tech
  • Type: Driving Harness
  • Color: Black
  • Size: Horse,Miniature,Pony,Cob
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Heart Girth: 76" to 66",66" to 56",56" to 46"

Reviews (6)

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "Lots of extra holes needed to size properly."

    Parts either way too big or too small. Got the horse size for 15 hand high Quarter horse. Chest piece needed 6 extra holes as it hung under her shoulders, girth was too small so extra holes had to be made. Part that fits over the hips was way too long. Lots of extra holes had to be made to adjust size larger or smaller . Plenty of extra material to do so. Otherwise fits great. Bridle was large enough to fit small draft. Once fitted properly, very strong and lightweight.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Nylon driving harness"

    Bought cob size for my 13 hand donkey, a little sewing, burned a few holes, working good. good value

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "fit my 36 inch mini "

    Ordered the smallest size for my 36 inch mini horse. I actually used it to train him to drive. First without a cart and then with the cart. Have driven him a few times with it now. Fit fine and seems well made. Only issue is one of the reins came loose while driving. Was easy to stop him with one rein though so i could reconnect the other. Now i double check it to make sure the reins are securely connected. Overall, very happy with it!

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great Harness"

    I received a mini donkey for Christmas this last year, and immediately started training her to drive. I have a six-year-old mini sized harness from Jeffers that is still very usable despite being used to train an ox to drive, and now the donkey. I am preparing to buy another one simply because the old one is, well, old, and looks worn out. All the pieces are still solidly intact after six years of hard use, and it is a very comfortable fit for the donkey.

  5. 3.0 out of 5 stars

    "not the right sizes"

    We ordered the biggest harness available, the head stall was way too big and the rest was too small. We have Fjords so it is a little hard finding the right gear but we would at least hope for a better fit from this harness. Other than not fitting correctly, its a great harness.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "The Best Harness Ever!"

    I have both the Miniature and the Arabian (which has been discontinued) sized harnesses for my miniature steer. Since oxen are sized oddly, I had to get the two sizes. I was afraid that the Arabian wouldn't fit and I would be unable to interchange the peices but I was wrong. I have been able to mix and match the peices until I have a perfectly fitting harness for him! :) I have had the Miniature for almost 2 years and I aquired the Arabian last summer. I haven't had any problems with straps breaking, fraying or getting rough edges. I would recomend this to anyone who asked. It's also the cheapest price around!

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