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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr. 26, 2006
    Madison, Wisconsin

    Default Are Dover halters re-branded Walsh halters? also, Walsh replacement parts?

    Are Dover halters re-branded Walsh halters? I have a certificate for Dover and was thinking about splurging on a new show halter. I have my Quillen for everyday and I LOVE it, but the certificate is to Dover and quite frankly, there isn't anything else I need from them. I'm thinking a new halter and matching shank? I know I like Walsh quality.

    Also, does anyone know where can I get a replacement crown piece for my other Walsh halter? It's in perfect condition except for the broken crown, so I'd like to replace just that piece.
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun. 29, 2004


    Not all of them, just the Dover Pro I believe.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr. 13, 2005


    Yes, the Dover Pro's are - and I've stumbled upon one or two in the store that must have missed the 'Dover' stamp along the way. If you have a store local, they still have the Walsh tags on the halters & leads, not sure if they still have it on by the time you receive the box at home though

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Aug. 9, 2007


    I need the crown piece also.

    I've found some Walsh items at, but not the crowpieces. Which tend to not survive crossties and ear itrimming.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Aug. 10, 2010


    Call The Farmhouse 864-457-3557 or email them. They can order Walsh replacement parts for you, I had them order a convertor for my grooming halter last fall.

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