Weaver Latigo Leather Hackamore Set

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Weaver Latigo Leather Hackamore Set

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Product Summary:

Weaver Leather Latigo Leather Browband Bridle Set
  • Single ply, 5/8" burgundy latigo leather bridle has a doubled and stitched browband, an 8 1/2" hackamore, 7' reins, and a single link chain curb strap
  • Features a rubber covered metal nose-piece, nickel plated hardware, and leather tie bit and rein ends
Item Number Model Number UPC
E000375 20-0354 000399383821

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I have a young mare I am still training and she seems to respond better in a hackamore, unfortunately the ones we have are big and bulky, I wanted something nicer to use all the time.
Julie L on Jan 3, 2015
I have a young mare I am still training and she seems to respond better in a hackamore, unfortunately the ones we have are big and bulky, I wanted something nicer to use all the time.
Julie L on Jan 3, 2015
young horse
James S on Apr 8, 2014
young horse
James S on Apr 8, 2014
Is this totally adjustable? Why this color - why not black
KEN W on Dec 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is adjustable fits both my horses one is 800 lbs and the other 1400 lbs i didn't get black because i wanted it to match my saddle and the rest of my tack
What color is this bridle?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The color is burgundy.
I have a bitless bridle now would this help with my horse stopping better? She doesn t do good with a bit.
Jami B on Sep 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hello, a hackamore is defined as a bridle with no bit. A mechanical hackamore, as this one, is a bitless bridle with shanks. The shanks on a hackamore when engaged will provide additional leverage (just as the shanks on a curb bit do) that you do not get from a bitless bridle. This will apply more pressure to the horses nose, jaw and points of the head, potentially developing a better stop. A hackamores design is generally more weighted as well, which allows for more signal before direct contact with the reins and a greater opportunity for the horse to process and prepare. Please keep in mind that just because a hackamore doesn’t have a bit it doesn’t make them any less severe! The severity of the hackamore will depend on the materials it is made from in correlation to the shank length and riders hands. A longer shank will apply more leverage to the horses head and face and increase curb action. A flat wider nose piece will distribute pressure across a larger surface area, while a more rounded piece constructed of rope or braided leather will have a little more “bite”, which could be a great fit for a horse that is maybe a bit pushy in his whoa. A heavy handed rider can cause damage to the horses nose & jaws with a hackamore. As always with or without a bit it is key to always practice achieving good timing and feel. Ensure and reward a proper release so that your horse doesn’t learn to brace against pressure. Summing it up, the hackamore could defiantly be a GREAT addition to helping you and your horse achieve a better stop than the bitless bridle with the additional leverage. It will still keep a bit out of your horse’s mouth since you are very aware and educated that this is not the best option for you and your horse. However, it may not be your only training tool. Each horse/rider scenario many vary depending on level of skill, communication, training and more. We recommend always visiting with your horse mentor, following a trusted trainer or online training article & videos. Hopefully you find this helpful! This is a wonderful question.