Thinline Halter Busy Buddy

  • $30.00


ThinLine®

The Busy Buddy is the ultimate relaxation tool for horses!

  • The Halter Busy Buddy is the perfect way to encourage your horse to relax in a variety of situations without having to use medications, supplements, or techniques such as twitching. 
  • The ingenious design of the Busy Buddy allows riders to relax their horse before they begin to work, instead of working their horses until they relax.
  • When horses are relaxed, we see gentle chewing, licking or saliva which looks like foam - activating the jaw generates relaxation throughout the horse's entire body and brain.
  • The Busy Buddy stimulates the relaxation process in all horses, promoting the horse's health and well-being.
  • Developed for horses of all ages, the Halter Busy Buddy stops fretting, biting and kicking in the crossties and provides horse's with a relaxing toy during clipping and grooming.
  • The Halter Busy Buddy also gently introduces the sensation of a bit in the horse's mouth while encouraging relaxation and chewing. 
  • Pacify your horse for the vet, or the farrier, without using sedatives with the Halter Busy Buddy. 
  • Use the Halter Busy Buddy while lunging to encourage relaxation of the jaw and muscles over the horse's back.
  • Use this headstall size adjuster to create the perfect easy fit with your Halter Busy Buddy - the clips fit onto these convenient rings and the one-handed cord keeper allows your to adjust the size.
  • No halter is needed when using the additional size adjuster. 
  • The Halter Busy Buddy is constructed of industrial, hospital grade Latex tubing.
  • ThinLine bit guards, elasticized rope and 2 clips are included with the Halter Busy Buddy. 
  • Halter Busy Buddy"  28" in length, 10" of Latex.
  • If the Halter Busy Buddy needs to be shortened, simply remove the hook with a pair of pliers, cut off the rope to the perfect length and reinstall the clip.
  • For minor size adjustments, raise of lower the halter.
  • The Busy Buddy should fit loosely in the horse's mouth, it should not pull the corners of the mouth. Find the position where they begin to chew.