Mustang Cowboy War Bonnet Tie Down

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Mustang Cowboy War Bonnet Tie Down

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Product Summary:

Mustang Cowboy War Bonnet Tie Down

The Mustang War Bonnet is both a training and competition piece of equipment. As a training device, the bonnet encourages correct head position by applying pressure to the poll. As a noseband/tie down, it aids in balance – especially in tight turns and hard stops. Manufactured with long-lasting vinyl-covered cable with a rubber covered nose piece. For use with a tie down (not included).
 
Features:
  • Useful for training and competition
  • Aids in correct head position
  • Aids in balance
 
Item Specifications:
 
Material:
Vinyl covered cable
Rubber covered nosepiece
Item Number Model Number UPC
E000355 5135 635913013757

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Recommended by my barrel horse trainer
Teri W on Jul 10, 2015
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Marvin H on Apr 26, 2014
Recommended by my barrel horse trainer
Teri W on Jul 10, 2015
looking for a easy war bonnet that can be used with western ss chain hackmore
Malinda M on May 8, 2014
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Marvin H on Apr 26, 2014
looking for a easy war bonnet that can be used with western ss chain hackmore
Malinda M on May 8, 2014
How do you put it on the horse ?
Adrien R on Mar 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The wire goes behind the ears with the rubber coated part across the nose. Use the clip on the end of a leather strap to close the two small loops together behind the throat and connect the other end of the strap to the circular metal piece in the center of your girth between the front legs. Goes under a bridle. We use them for quick halters with a lead fir moving horses around in pens.