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Coolhorse Leather Working Cowboy 1" Split Ear Headstall- Handmade in Amarillo, TX

Code: TRHEADSTALL  |  Barcode: 10767461506522
$45.00 USD
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  • Brand: Coolhorse
  • Condition: New
  • Category: Headstall

Coolhorse Leather Working Cowboy Split Ear Headstall

  • Split Ear 

  • Herman Oak Leather

  • 1” Harness Leather

  • 15-16 oz Leather- 5/16” thick (extra heavy)

  • Latigo tie strings

  • Built in Amarillo, Texas

  • Bit, curb and reins shown in picture not included


Built right in our own leather shop in Amarillo, Texas, this stout headstall is designed for the cowboy that makes their living horseback or for the horseman that appreciates heavy built tack.  We’ve used 1” Herman Oak leather, the best leather money can buy, to construct this. We’ve also used a stainless steel cart buckle because they move freely, won’t rust, and look sharp for years to come.

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Coolhorse Leather Working Cowboy 1" Split Ear Headstall- Handmade in Amarillo, TX

$45.00 USD

Coolhorse Leather Working Cowboy Split Ear Headstall


Built right in our own leather shop in Amarillo, Texas, this stout headstall is designed for the cowboy that makes their living horseback or for the horseman that appreciates heavy built tack.  We’ve used 1” Herman Oak leather, the best leather money can buy, to construct this. We’ve also used a stainless steel cart buckle because they move freely, won’t rust, and look sharp for years to come.

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