Measuring a Harness

A. From corner of mouth over the poll, and to the other corner of mouth.

B. Circumference of nose, taken about two fingers width below the prominent cheek bone.

C. Circumference of Girth

D. Length of back from position of harness saddle to base of tail.

E. Length of horse, from point of shoulder to buttock.

F. Height at withers.

These measurements together with the body weight and the type of horse, and the style of the vehicle the harness is intended for, will enable the harness maker to satisfactorily fill your order.


Measuring a Horse for a Collar

To measure the neck, place a hand on top and get the number of inches in a straight line to the bottom of neck, as shown on drawing above. If you have a collar that fits your horse, measure it as shown on drawing of collar. Inside measurement only is needed.


E-Z Measure                35.00                               

Measure your Horse for a Collar with this handy ruler. 

Measurement from Withers to point of shoulders is actual collar size. Lay stick parallel and on the shoulder blade bone when measuring.

Add 1" if you want to use a pad

Also use Measuring Device to measure width on the top of the neck and on the bottom of the neck.