Headstall Types and Alternatives
"A headstall is a piece of tack (horse equipment) that holds the bit that goes in the mouth of a horse" "A headstall becomes a bridle when reins are added"
Regular Western Headstall
Regular English Headstall
I'm about to start backing my 3-year-old horse that I will be later on using for barrel racing, and wondering what type of bit/headstall I should use? He does not like bits in his mouth; I've tried it multiple times. I currently have a bitless bridle, but he has a sensitive poll so I'm not sure...
Since I just got my first horse I have been asking a lot of questions involving bits. I have finally found the bit I want to get. . . . But now I am looking at tack. So what does everyone think of this halter
Black Paisley Equine Elite Halter - Trendy Styles & Classic Prints - Halters and Leads...
I just listed a great Tack Lot on Ebay.
Includes three western headstalls (two with matching reins and bits), a bridle/halter combo, a brand new rope lead, a brand new nylon lead, a comfy saddle seat saver, and a bridle hook!
Hoping to sell quickly, so it's only a 3-day auction.
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