Mustang Nylon Breaking Hackamore

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7/16" rope nose with rawhide braid on nose. 3/4" nylon headstall with flat braided reins.

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I am training two colts to ride. This will be used when I start riding them.
Steven C on Jul 20, 2014
start a horse
Crystal K on Apr 18, 2014
used it on my 2 horses
Christine H on May 1, 2014
needed this item
Ruth A on Feb 10, 2014
is the core rawhide or metal?
Ruth A on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: It is full twisted rawhide. I have found that if you run the white throat latch around once on each cheek piece before tying it off, it prevent the cheek pieces from getting in the horses eyes. Love this set up for starting young colts!
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How large a horse can this accommodate? My horse has a very large head - he's not draft but small draft sized head!
Deborah E on Oct 6, 2014
Best Answer: I bought it for an arabian mare. Fit her beautifully. Your best bet is to get it and try it. the nose might be somewhat small for your horse.It is really nicely made and worth the money, but the only way yo really know is to try it. But my initial thought is that it may run small for smaller draft. try it out, they will let you return it. they are good people here..
Reply · Report · Lisa D on Oct 7, 2014
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I have a small arabian gelding who is being started under saddle, and completely refuses to take a bit. Would this be a good fit, and something good to teach him with?
Tabitha P on Aug 26, 2014
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Best Answer: If you're starting out I would try the rope halter that has the rings on the side to start plow reining and then helping you to later on neck reining. The bosal is best suited as a graduate after they've got basic reining down. I do love this particular bosal but I had to start with the snaffle first before going to the bosal.
Reply · Report · Alexandria K on Aug 26, 2014
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