Weight Tape

Weight Tape

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An easy to use tool for estimating the weight of a horse or pony. 

Useful for aiding dietary management and monitoring changes in bodyweight. 

Weight estimates given in pounds and kilograms. 

Directions for use

  • Place the tape over the lowest point of the withers and pass around the horse as close to the elbow as possible. 
  • The tape should be pulled snuggly around the body and sit on a slight diagonal angle in the correct position. 
  • Read off the weight estimate. 

How much does Delivery cost?

We subsidise our postage and packing costs to keep our prices as low as possible and use a 'next working day from dispatch' service as standard to help make the ordering process seamless. 

Our delivery prices are all based on the total weight, including packaging, and destination of your order. All delivery charges will be worked out automatically and displayed below your chosen products when you click 'Checkout'.  Please make sure you select the correct country or region when placing your order. If chosen incorrectly we will not be able to fulfil your order.

Large vs Small Orders

Small orders are orders that weigh less than 110Kg or contain less than 6 items, delivery price from £2.90.  These orders will be dispatched by parcel courier. Large orders over 110Kg and containing 6 items or more will be dispatched by pallet network from £30.00 

Please see our detailed list of delivery costs

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