Dana from Snohomish, WA
Cheap, thin "fleece" on noseband. Shanks tended to point in (like another reviewer talked about) and horse would chew on them and toss head.
Not very good quality. I was disappointed.
Carolyn from CO
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
Did not fit my Paint horse. Felt cheap and too narrow. Poor quality. The shanks had a tendency to point 'inwards' and enter into the sides of her mouth. Metal 'edges' where it attaches to hackmore were very sharp, and had the seesawing and cutting effect on my headstall which could be a disaster on the trail. Felt like it was NOT safe for horse or rider. You get what you pay for. Save your money and get a better quality one.
Blake from Woodvill tx
7 out of 8 found this review helpful
Great product i use it on my mare and Stallion they both respect it
VICTORIA from new york
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
its very great i wish it was more like $15.00 though but its so much better for the horse than a bit if your horse can respond to a hackamore its a lot softer than a bosal i personally love them also great for a horse that wont open its mouth
Sara from MI
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
I've owned 2 of these and I absolutely LOVE them. The adjustable nose makes for a wide variety fit, the fleece for comfort, and it gives great control. My barrel horse will listen to nothing else!
Tecolotegirl from Apache Junction, AZ
6 out of 7 found this review helpful
We use this hackamore on Tecolote's appendix mare Cat. She is a lesson horse who is also competing in dressage, so we wanted to make sure nobody messed up her mouth during training, so we are using this. Let me first say, it is awesome. There are a few problems. The strap that goes over the padded part likes to slip over the pad, almost falling off. When Cat gets bored she also likes to chew the shanks. However, it is great because you can easily perform a one-rein stop and also you can turn her better than if you were using a traditional hackamore. Great buy! Wish it cost a little less though.
Melissa from Magnolia, Texas
5 out of 7 found this review helpful
I absolutely love this hackamore! I thought it was exactly like one that I had for my mare in the past, but this one is way better quality! I love how padded the nose strap is, and the supple softness of the leather. This product is SO worth the price!
Jess from Oregon
7 out of 8 found this review helpful
i just bought this hackamore to see if my horse would behave in a hackamore (he can be a bit hyper) and it worked really well! I think I am going to exchange the noseband with a flat curb strap for just for a little more kick, but even with the wide noseband he did fine. I was able to get his head down in it and for the first time he didn't have trouble picking up his left lead (maybe I was doing something wrong with the bit?) !!! I also tried a mechanical hackamore on him which he HATED, but he likes this hackamore. Overall a good product :)
CLynch from California
9 out of 10 found this review helpful
Very nice quality for the price and when properly adjusted, gives a great fit and ride. There were some fine sharp edges on the rings, but with just a little sanding, they smoothed out perfectly.
Rebecca Wehmueller from Kirkwood, MO
14 out of 14 found this review helpful
i love this hackamore!! it looks soooo good on "my" horse! he is extremly responsive in it and he's only 4! i only put 4 stars for pet aproval becas when i first started riding him with it in barrels he shook his head sorta foroshusly and the rein flipped on top of his head... i fixed that problem right away. and know he loves it!
Tiffany from Pa
11 out of 11 found this review helpful
The fleece seems nice but it slid around & didn't fit to well ended up returning it :/
angela from Navasota, TX
14 out of 20 found this review helpful
Love this hackamore! I'm on my second in 10 years...hint, if you leave it hanging on a nail out in the rain all winter, the nose piece ain't gonna last. Anyway, it seems pretty mild, compared to a swivel shank type hack, with more control than just a halter and leadrope or sidepull. Horses broke to a curb are comfortable and relaxed in it. It's what I reach for when I just want to have a glass of wine and plink around in the pasture bareback without worrying about hauling on anyone's mouth. A couple of my horses like to "lean" into it a bit if we go out on the road or trail with it, but nothing out of control, and I swapped the curb chain with a flat chin strap. Will always have one of these hanging in the tackroom!
nicole from San Miguel, Mexico
19 out of 19 found this review helpful
This Hackamore works fine but we had to file the edges of the steel because with the use when moving the shanks with the reins the steel would cut slowly like a knife throuh the headstall attachment and when the leather breaks your hackamore would fall off the horses head and you could have a serious accident!!!!! The manufacturer of this Hackamore should change this or take it off the market for safety reasons!!!!
If you have one
Gina from northern CA.
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
You need a smaller headstall for this to fit on the bridge of the nose where it should go.
If you fit it to your horse correctly, there are no problems. For starting a horse, just replace the noseband with another curbchain, then you will have all the control you need without hurting your horse's mouth. I have been starting horses like this for years.
amh from ?
10 out of 12 found this review helpful
personally i love this hack!! its great... alot of people complain about how it moves around on their nose.... when i first got this hac it did bit i started rubbin oils in it and constantly shaping it and was perfect didnt move on my horses nose..... this has been wonderful i can use it on my horse that i have only been riding for a few months and on my show jumper over any jump with no problem.. ive even barrel raced in it and did great... totally recommend!!
arabpony from Ohio
14 out of 19 found this review helpful
These are the lowest price i've EVER seen. They can get over $100!
Smith from Milton Mills, NH
7 out of 7 found this review helpful
I only use this on my horse they listen and ez on their nose
person from Riverside, Ca
7 out of 10 found this review helpful
I was a little let down at how this hackamore worked. When I rode with it, I found that it slid around around the nose back and forth when I pulled on the reins. I never use this hackamore anymore. When I ride, I just use a normal bit or a rope halter. My horses (I have 3) didn't listen to me in this hackamore.
alexis horne from ringgold, ga
9 out of 14 found this review helpful
this hackamore is awesome! it looks lust like it is un the picture.. and it has loads of cushion on it it looks great you can adjust it to any size... it works on any horse its not too gentle but not harsh its great what any rider could dream for!!!!!!
15 out of 16 found this review helpful
Very Nice Hackamore! My BFF bought this hackmore for her gelding and she and her horse love it! It is also so good for my green broke Paint! It is gentle yet still helps me control him!
30 out of 30 found this review helpful
i have a TB and i works well but i have to put it on a pony setting because of his head is so small
21 out of 21 found this review helpful