The Hackamore Tradition: The Number of Plaits
Do you know if hackamore cheeks typically are braided with fewer or more plaits than the nose button? Find out from Al Dunning and Benny Guitron, sources for The Art of Hackamore Training: A Time-Honored Step in the Bridle-Horse Tradition.
The Hackamore Tradition: Bosal or Hackamore?
Do you know what traditional hackamore horsemen mean when they use the terms “bosal” and “hackamore?” Find out from Al Dunning and Benny Guitron, sources for The Art of Hackamore Training: A Time-Honored Step in the Bridle-Horse Tradition.
The Horseman’s Guide to Tack and Equipment
Form, Fit and Function
This Web excerpt addresses saddle fit for the horse. See the July issue of Western Horseman magazine for The Horseman’s Guide to Tack and Equipment excerpt about fitting the saddle to the rider.
5 Horse Trailer Buying Tips
Used trailer sales are booming in tough economic times. Here, top trailer professionals offer 5 tips to maximize your used trailer buying skills.
Rawhide tack is an important part of stock horse heritage, going back to the early vaqueros. Unfortunately, many owners of rawhide reins, hobbles, reatas and other equipment neglect to properly care for their tack, shortening its lifespan as working gear.