Reinsman SS Little S Hackamore

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Reinsman SS Little S Hackamore

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Product Summary:

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Used by a good many Barrel Racers in competition. It is a good bit for slow work and training. "Lifetime Guarantee"


Measurements:

Rope                                                       12-1/4”
Bottom of ring to top of shank (length)      5-3/4”
Ring to ring (width)                                  8-1/2”
Cheeks                                                    6"

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recommeded for endurance
MARIA K on Sep 1, 2015
Recommendation from my friend
WENDY L on Feb 22, 2014
What is the mildest hackamore? (if there's much difference between them)
Leslie on Mar 18, 2015
Best Answer: Mechanical hacks with long shanks have the most leverage to put maximum pressure on the horse's nose and can actually damage the bone structure in the wrong hands. This hack is softer, but can still put substantial pressure on the horse if misused. So which ever you decide to use, be soft handed. If you need to use a lot of pressure to stop or control your horse go back to a jointed bit and retrain. My horse has excellent brakes, I usually stop or slow her with legs and seat. I'm using this hack so she can eat and drink unencumbered on long endurance rides. My only concern is that the cable (not the chain) almost rubs, so I cut it off and added a longer piece of picture wire in its place. My horse has a slightly large head but this hack may be too small for a large, broad-headed horse. Try it and see. Horse .com is good on returns if clean.
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