Hackamore

Cob: Nose 25cm. Curb strap 65cm

Full: Nose 30cm. Curb strap 70cm

Due to the current Corona situation it is hard to get products from my manufacturers, so I can not tell when products out of stock will be available again. I will do my best to get them home, but mostly it is out of my control. When you add an item to your basket, you will get a notice if it is out of stock. Else I will as always ship within 10 days.

The Corona also delays deliveries due to smaller capacity than normal so deliveries will take longer time than normal to receive. Our Swedish Post company is not able to deliver to more than a small number of countries. If you live outside EU, check this list in link below before you order.

https://markusholst.com/ridsportbutiken/101/shop/26987/corona-delivery-restrictions

Hackamore shanks

Hackamore shanks

7 variants
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S Hackamore

S Hackamore

With the rope and straplength you can carefully regulate how high the head is before the curb functi...
6 variants
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Star wheel hackamore

Star wheel hackamore

The wheels are 9cm (3-12") in diameter
18 variants
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Baroque hackamore

Baroque hackamore

14 cm
18 variants
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Flower hackamore

Flower hackamore

The shanks are 12cm (4-3/4") long
18 variants
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Stylish Hackamore

Stylish Hackamore

15 cm
10 variants
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Hackamore straps

Hackamore straps

16 variants
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Short Shank Hackamore

Short Shank Hackamore

The shanks are 10cm (4") long
18 variants
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Kaupre

Kaupre's Hackamore

The shanks are 14,5cm (5-3/4") long
18 variants
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Hackamore nosebands


Academic Crown


Academic


Fur padding


Neoprene padding

The hackamore strength

We learn that the strength of a curb bit depends on the length relations between the upper and lower shank. This is true for curb bits as the rein is attached at the bottom and the curb chain in the top. For hackamores this is not the case because none of the affected straps are attached in the upper shank.

Instead, we have to look at the three points that will be charged when we stretch a hackamore rein. There is of course the bottom of the shank where the rein attaches, but also the two points where the nose- and curb ... Read more