Sizes: Mini 35", Pony 45", Horse 54", Warmblood 64" Draft 70"
(Refer to the 'ABOUT" page for more information and measuring instructions)
*Rhythm bead necklaces are also available without bells by special request*
have large center bells, horsehair tassels and a variety of pendants to
dress up your Rhythm Beads... Visit our "Pendants Page" to see what's
Cotton Storage Pouches, for your Rhythm Beads...a great idea for protecting and storing your beads when not in use!!!
We'd be more than happy to work with you on a custom design.You will find a "Bead Colour Chart" link on the left sidebar of our homepage.
After some recent inquiries about how to
introduce rhythm beads to your horse, I thought I would re-post my
"INTRODUCING RHYTHM BEADS "recommendations. Introducing Your Horse To
Rhythm Beads: Each horse responds differently, and while most
horses do accept them almost immediately and do not require all these
introduction step, I still recommend following them. Be
sensible....Introduce as you would any new piece of tack. First, hold
your Rhythm Beads in your hand, muffling the bells and let your horse
explore and sniff the beads. When your horse relaxes, take the beads
away. Next, hold the beads against their neck, side, or back (whichever
they are most comfortable with). Repeat again on different area of your
horse until they stand still and relaxed. When your horse is completely
comfortable, lightly massage them again with the rhythm beads and let
the bells jingle a little. The key is to start off slowly, allowing the
horse to succeed at every step of the introduction. At this point, put
the rhythm beads over your horses head as you would a bridle and
reins, attaching the clip to the mane so the rhythm beads stay secure.
With the beads on your horse, lead him around at a walk, then spend some
time playing in the arena with some free lunging. For safely, I
strongly recommend that you lead and free lunge at a walk and trot with
the Rhythm Beads before riding out!