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How to Measure Your Horse Collar K. If Possible, measure a collar which fits the horse, using the inside dimensions of the collar, as shown.

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Horse Measuring Chart:

From Corner of mouth, over Poll to the other corner of the mouth
Length around the nose
Length of horse
Height of withers
Length of girth, all the way around body
Length of back, from position of harness saddle to base of tail.
From shoulder to shoulder
From flank to flank
Length from top of base of neck at proper position of collar. line should be straight, not conforming to horse's body.

How to Measure Your Horse Chart

How to Measure for a Collar:
A)Use a collar measuring tool or two carpenter’s squares (L shaped rulers) or L shaped cardboard cutouts. Overlap the long sides of the two rulers or cutouts forming what looks like a letter C or half of a collar. Place that on the animal as if it were one side of the collar. Place it just where you want the collar to sit on the animal. Remove it carefully so the two parts do not slip and measure from the top to the bottom on the inside. That will be your collar size.

B)Look at the front of your horse’s neck. That will determine the shape (sweeny) for the collar. Average, straight necks, i.e. thoroughbred, standardbred are FULL FACE. Necks that are wider at the bottom than the top, i.e. quarter horse, fjord, halflinger, average drafts are HALF SWEENY. Necks that are thick all the way up are FULL SWEENY.