7 Nov 2010

Bridles and estuaries

The halters are made of strips that are placed in the choir horse's head and serve to hold the mouth - iron used in the horses mouth - from where the reins. The mouths can be of five types:


Bridle (snaffle)There are various types of purposes, but are most often used in equestrian activities. It is lightweight and articulated in the center, pressing the corners of the mouth;

Snaffle Roller (Roller Snaffle), which prevents the horse to "take the bit of teeth"

Brake (bit)

It is used in horses mouth harder, because it is stronger and has lateral branches with variable length, causing more pressure the longer the rods, forming a strong lever with the barb; requires the mount to head lower as it acts on the palatine;

Brake said Hunloko or globe-chook, is used with plain reins.

Combines the functions of the brake and bridle; is used with four reins acting both as a brake and lower the two upper and bridle, forming the dewlap with a lever;

Type of Pelham has a bit soft, vulcanite (ebonite), is used with four reins and wattles.

Double Mouthpiece
It is used simultaneously with the snaffle and the curb and with four reins. It is mainly used in training;

Snaffle (Snaffle) type Magenis, with rollers at the bit for more control..

More Hack

Acting outside the horse's mouth by putting pressure on the nose, and shape metal is a lever attached to the barb. The control of the horse must be balanced with no sudden movements, because a system is potentially severe. It is mainly used in the American West.

Snaffle with facial bars fix the position of the bit in the mouth of the animal, the "keys" to encourage the horse insalivate.

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