“Before Emergencies Happen” is the EquestriSafe motto. Be prepared in the event of an emergency such as floods, fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, or getting separated from your equine on the trail. EquestriSafe’s products are perfect for traveling, camping, hunting, trail riding, conveying important health/dietary information and more.
Equestrisafe offers fetlock identification safety bands, horse identification collars, glow/reflective halters and lead ropes, reflective apparel, first aid kits by EquiMedic, emergency notification packets and reflective trailer stickers by Caution Horses.
Fetlock ID safety bands are embroidered with up to eleven characters and have an approximate 32 lb. breakaway strength. These bands are long lasting, easy to clean, and the heavy duty velcro closures are secure but easy to put on and take off.
The most common information indicated on the bands are the owner’s phone number, special feed or medicinal requirements, microchipping. Your imagination is the only limit! Sizes range from small (which fits minis) all the way up to extra-large for draft horses or mules.
Horse ID Collars are another product perfect for camping and hunting, as a pasture collar or for evening riding. Collars have approximately 100 pounds breakaway. These sleeves are great for keeping personal information with your horse at all times and for boarding facilities, transporters, travelers, campers/hunters, rescue organizations, veterinary hospitals, and breeding farms. With the double sleeve you can put your information in one and GPS coordinates, passport number, or other information in the other sleeve.
Visit www.equestrisafe.com to view and purchase all our products.
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