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Stubben Hackamore Bit

ManufacturerStubben

Nose band and throat lash made of high quality leather. The anatomically shaped nose pad ensures a better fit on the bridge of the nose. Improved influence on the horse due to the special shape of the stainless steel lateral parts. The upper curved fastening slot prevents the leather strap of the bridle being pressed over the edge of the upper jaw towards the eye, which can be painful for the horse.
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Hackamore
A hackamore is a bridle with no bit. The shanks on the mechanical hackamore provide leverage, just as the shanks on a curb bit do. Rather than pressure being applied inside of the mouth, the hackamore places pressure over the nose. When the reins are pulled, the crown of the bridle is pulled down against the horse's poll, the nose piece is pulled against the horse's nose and the chin strap applies pressure against the chin. The severity of the hackamore depends on the materials it is made from and the length of the shanks. The longer the shanks, the more leverage can be applied to the horse's head and face.
 
Leather colours:
  •   black
  •   ebony
  •   havana
  •   tobacco
 
Benefits of the STEELtec hackamore:
  • Nose band and throat lash made of high quality leather
  • The anatomically shaped nose pad ensures a better fit on the bridge of the nose
  • Improved influence on the horse due to the special shape of the stainless steel lateral parts.
  • The upper curved fastening slot prevents the leather strap of the bridle being pressed over the edge of the upper jaw towards the eye, which can be painful for the horse.
 
Stübben Steeltec quality:
  • No rough edges that could hurt the horse's mouth
  • Long durability due to selected materials
  • A special processing technology ensures that bit holes and link pieces remain intactfor longer
 
Stainless steel lateral parts: 195x85mm - 7 3/4inch x 3 3/8inch
High quality leather in 4 different colours matching the leather of the bridle
International article number: 2294
 
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