Monday, March 12, 2018

Two Horse Tack - Review

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Jacke at Two Horse Tack, asking if I'd be interested in reviewing one of their products. Two Horse Tack make Beta Biothane tack. It comes in many colors and is easy to clean and care for. I agreed to do a review and opted to get a new halter for Liam.

If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I have one of the best little donkeys around. I'd like to keep him around for a long time but he also suffers from hoof problems. He's foundered at least twice, once before we got him and once when a friend had him. His hoof problems are definitely exacerbated by him being overweight. Side note: donkey's are actually desert dwelling animals and are not meant to be on our lush pasture, eating lots of good hay etc. Also, the majority of the worlds donkey population are working animals.



When Jacke contacted me I had just decided to try something for donkey weight loss, which is his very own greenguard grazing muzzle. I needed a second halter for him but wasn't sure where to go since he's a weird size. Two Horse Tack was the perfect solution as I was able to give them his custom measurements.  I chose to have it made in red as I have two nephews; one loves red and the other blue. Liam already has a blue blanket so I thought a red halter would be a nice. Wouldn't you know those two boys picked up on why I ordered red with out me even telling them. I also requested a leather crown piece so that the halter will break away if Liam gets himself hung up.

The halter arrived quickly, is well made, fits great and looks adorable on him. If you'd like to order your own Two Horse Tack product use the coupon below for 10% off your order.

They offer demos (try before you buy). You can also sign up for their newsletter to receive sale notifications and extra savings - you get a $10 gift card just for signing up!  




Halter model? Yes please. 

Big and little, his and hers,  
In case you are wondering, so far Liam is doing great with the muzzle. He doesn't seem traumatized by it and can still eat...but it slows him down. 

7 comments:

  1. I don't know; he looks pretty dejected in the photo with the muzzle! ;-)

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    1. Haha. That was the first day! :)

      Plus, I keep telling him it's because I love him!

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  2. Love the big and little photo at the end 😍 Liam is so cute! My THT halter still looks brand new a year later -- I really need to get more for the rest of my crew!

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    1. Send me an email....with you blog name / Jacke in the header.

      twohorsetack@gmail.com

      Thanks!

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    2. You sent me a halter last spring that I reviewed 🙂

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  3. Aww poor Liam!
    Our mini donkey Sancho also had to go on a diet. Luckily he lives in New Mexico, so no lush pastures to deal with, but my mom had to be informed by the vet that he was eating TOO nutritious of hay! They're literally made to subsist on like, twigs and tumbleweeds haha. He now gets his terrible grass hay (in his opinion) and a handful of "nice" hay every day or two.
    Rough life of mini donkeys, right?!

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