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How to Use Romal Reins

DMT romalreins The tradition of using Romal Reins http://bit.ly/1Iph8q9 was started in North America by the Spanish vaqueros in the mid-1700s. Their lives depended on extremely hardy, well-trained horses to work the rank, range-bred cattle of the day. Romals, as they are called, were used on such well-trained horses because they only required a very slight movement of the hand for direction.

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How to Put a Running Martingale on a Horse Safely

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Running martingales help a horse learn to carry its head in the position that will allow it to use its body to drive from behind and with collection.  When adjusted and used correctly they are safe pieces of equipment for almost any age horse at almost any level of training.

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Do You Know the Best Way to Hang Up a Bridle?

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Are you tired of your bridle reins dragging on the ground when you unbridle? Does everything get tangled up before you get it hung on the hook? Watch the video to learn how professionals get their gear directly from the horse to the hook!

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A Practical Guide to Unbridling

DMT UNBRIDLINGOne of the most important aids used in communication with your horse is your bridle reins. It’s nice to have reins http://bit.ly/1M9qR75 that are hanging freely with no twists, kinks or folds at the start of each ride. Your horse will appreciate it as much as you do!

Dennis Moreland Tack Hard 3 Plait Flat Hackamore

Hard 3 Plait Flat Hackamore

Dennis Moreland Tack Hard 3 Plait Flat Hackamore

The weight of the heel knot on this Dennis Moreland Hard 3 Plait Flat Hackamore http://bit.ly/1NtzWtc causes it to fall instantly when the pressure on the rein is released. This releases the pressure of the noseband providing an instant reward for a proper response. Signals from this hackamore are strong. I make this hackamore for use mainly on the older horse and I don’t recommend it for starting or training young colts.

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What Is a Texas-Style Hackamore?

texashackamoreHackamores function by applying pressure on the nose and jaw rather than on the mouth like a bridle with a bit. They are especially useful on young horses that are transitioning from deciduous (baby) teeth to permanent teeth but horses of any age can be ridden in a hackamore.