curb bit measurement diagram

A Little Bit About Curb Bit Measurement and Function

To understand how any given shanked or curb bit will affect your horse’s response, it’s important to understand how to measure the bit, http://bit.ly/2vU1J1z and, what affect the measurements and the ratios of those measurements may have. Since use of equipment that doesn’t abide by horse show rules almost always results in disqualification, it’s also […]
Clayton Anderson riding a horse using round buckle cinches

Prevent Painful Galls with Round Buckle Cinches

Have you ever had problems with cinch sores or galls? Most of us have. Cinch sores or galls are often caused by a cinch or cinch buckle rubbing the wrinkled and sweaty skin right behind the elbow. These sores are painful to horses, just like a blister on your foot is during a hike. If […]
Rider demonstrating how to use your reins while riding a cutting horse

Get A Grip — Learn How to Use Your Reins While Cutting

If you’re new to cutting or thinking of getting involved in cutting you may have attended some shows or watched some live stream cutting to get a better understanding of the sport. If so, you might be wondering about all the different ways cutters hold and use their reins. Follow along in the video as […]
Dennis Moreland demonstrating proper unsaddling technique

Try These Tips to Make Unsaddling Safer and More Efficient!

If you hate tripping over your breast collar or latigo when you’re carrying your saddle, follow along in this video while Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack demonstrates a few tips that will make unsaddling and carrying your saddle a whole lot easier. Share these tips with your friends too! It’s important to always undo […]
Dennis Moreland demonstrating how to tie on rein ends to your reins

Two Easy Methods for Attaching Rein Ends or Water Loops to Reins

Rein ends, also known as water loops, are short pieces of leather used to attach your reins to your bit with tie strings. A rein end http://bit.ly/2SbHes7 is attached to one side of each rein, looped through the bit ring and tied back to the opposite side of the rein says Dennis Moreland of Dennis […]
Dennis Moreland cutting out leather for tack

Why Risk Your Horse’s Safety and Success?

My horses are everything to me,” says Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack. “I know how important your horses are. I know how much you practice; how hard you try. I know the frustration that goes along with not getting the response you want. I know that without effective communication, you won’t reach your training goals.” […]
diagram on hobbles

Hobble Savvy and History

Hobbles on the front legs (1) have been used by horsemen since they began to ride. “Hobble breaking a horse is just good sense” explains Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack. Not only is the animal more controllable during early training but it learns to stand quietly without being tied or saddled. Being hobbled by […]
nate eicher demonstrating how to operate a grass hackamore with reins

Training to Trail Riding-the Grass Hackamore with Reins Has You Covered!

The Grass Hackamore with Reins and the Nylon Hackamore with Reins are two of the most versatile hackamores I make says Dennis Moreland of Dennis Moreland Tack. Nate Eicher of Eicher Performance Horses, Weatherford TX uses the Grass Hackamore with Reins http://bit.ly/2fQPTdP to train young horses, including his Extreme Mustang Makeover contenders. Follow along in […]