Escuela hackamore/ Cavemore with brass shanks, Nose-band having 3 solid brass rings for groundwork

Description

Escuela hackamore/ Cavemore is a type of horse tack that is used instead of a bit in a bridle. It typically consists of a nose-band and reins attached to the nose-band. The hackamore works by applying pressure to the horse’s nose and face, rather than its mouth, to control and direct its movements. It’s often used for training or riding horses that may have dental issues or are sensitive to bits.

This model mouth piece is fully padded, stitched and fixed with shanks with brass rivets from front and adjustable from below with buckle. Nose-band have 3 solid (stainless steel or brass) rings which can be use for ground work. If you do not want to use rings cavemore will become hackamore.

Shanks are available in brass and stainless steel shanks

Color: Black and Brown

Size: Cob, Pony, Horse and Draft Horse

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