Schutz Brothers, Inc., Expands Al Dunning Signature Training Tack Line

Schutz Brothers, Inc., announces the expansion of their AD by Schutz collection of Al Dunning Signature Line Training Equipment. Al Dunning, 1996 AQHA Horseman of the Year, Trainer of 21 World Champions, worldwide clinician and best-selling author, combines his years of training experience with Schutz Brothers’ 60 plus years of leather crafting in this premier line. Only the highest-quality materials, such as Hermann Oak premium harness leather, are used to produce this straight-forward, practical and stylish collection. Rugged enough for daily abuse from breaking colts to finishing a promising futurity prospect, AD by Schutz Brothers is a winning combination.

The AD YoYo Headsetter combines an adjustable harness leather strap with bungee cord and a siding nylon rope to provide an instant release/reward when the horse maintains its head in the desired position.

The AD Martingale with Sliding Neckstrap is made of premium harness leather with bronze hardware and has a sliding neck strap for easy adjustments. The big rings of this martingale don’t hang up on the bit or reins and slide smoothly.

The AD Training Tack Line by Schutz Brothers, Inc., can be purchased at tack stores worldwide. Customers may contact Schutz Brothers at or by calling (800) 348-0576 to find a dealer.

Schutz Brothers, Inc., is pleased to expand their tack line by working with leading horse professionals like Al Dunning. The expertise and dedication that professionals like Al Dunning add to research and development is key to bringing new and improved products to horsemen and women.

Schutz Brothers, Inc., founded in 1946 by brothers Don and Dick Schutz, is the manufacturer of world-renowned working, training and show equipment for the horse industry. Don’s son, Mitch, and wife Penny, carry on the family tradition of uncompromising dedication to integrity, service and quality products.

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