Hackamore

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Short Shank Hackamore

The shanks are 10cm (4") long

Short Shank Hackamore Shanks stainless

Short Shank Hackamore

Shanks stainless

10cm

SEK 219.00

pair
Short Shank Hackamore Shanks Brass

Short Shank Hackamore

Shanks Brass

10cm

SEK 219.00

pair
Short Shank Hackamore  Black Brass Fur

Short Shank Hackamore

Black Brass Fur

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Black Brass Neoprene

Short Shank Hackamore

Black Brass Neoprene

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Black Stainless Fur

Short Shank Hackamore

Black Stainless Fur

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Black Stainless Neoprene

Short Shank Hackamore

Black Stainless Neoprene

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Brown Brass Fur

Short Shank Hackamore

Brown Brass Fur

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Brown Brass Neoprene

Short Shank Hackamore

Brown Brass Neoprene

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Brown Stainless Fur

Short Shank Hackamore

Brown Stainless Fur

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore  Brown Stainless Neoprene

Short Shank Hackamore

Brown Stainless Neoprene

SEK 449.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore academic Black Brass

Short Shank Hackamore

academic Black Brass

SEK 499.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore academic Black Stainless

Short Shank Hackamore

academic Black Stainless

SEK 499.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore academic Brown Brass

Short Shank Hackamore

academic Brown Brass

SEK 499.00

pcs
Short Shank Hackamore academic Brown Stainless

Short Shank Hackamore

academic Brown Stainless

SEK 499.00

pcs

Hackamore nosebands


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