Facts About Using a Hackamore?

Answer A hackamore is a type of bit-less bridle which works by exerting pressure on sensitive points on the horse's head. A hackamore is not necessarily a kinder alternative to bits, because the pressure ... Read More »

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How to Tie a Parelli Hackamore?

Pat Parelli is a horse trainer and author who has written many books on natural horsemanship. His methods use little gear when working with horses. A rope halter and hackamore are used for much of ... Read More »

Instructions for a Hackamore Knot?

Tying a hackmore knot may seem like a daunting challenge, but it's actually a pretty simple procedure and one that you can quickly master. The hackamore knot is sometimes used on bridles for horses... Read More »

How to Connect a Hackamore to a Headstall?

A hackamore is a piece of horseback riding equipment that can be used in place of a bit on the bridle. The hackamore goes around the horse's nose and is used to control the horse without ever placi... Read More »

Information on Horse Bits & Hackamore?

Bits are used to partially control your horse's direction usually made of metal or a combination of metal and plastic. Horses of all disciplines can be ridden with snaffles or leverage bits, though... Read More »