The Indian Hackamore

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This unique bosal is called an “Indian Hackamore." Our Indian Hackamore is hand braided with all natural rawhide. It is generally more gentle than a bosal. The nose is flat instead of round, and the chin portion widens and narrows to fit most any size head. The action is comparable to riding with a halter but with more communication and control.  The ends that connect to the reins are crossed so that when you pull on a rein the pressure goes under the jaw and around to the opposite side to bring their head around. There is a breaking in period for the rawhide area under the chin to soften up and shape to your horses head. It comes in an all natural butter color or two tone with accents.

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