Bosal, Hanger, Mecate & Hackamore
A bosal is a type of noseband used on the classic hackamore of the vaquero tradition. It is usually made of braided rawhide and is fitted to the horse in a manner that allows it to rest quietly until the rider uses the reins to give a signal.
It acts upon the horse’s nose and jaw. Sometimes the term bosal is used to describe the entire classic hackamore or jaquima. Technically, however, the term refers only to the noseband portion of the equipment.
Below are photos of bosal, hackmore & mecate that Leather Forever have produced.
When you order – you are able to choose color, difficulty of work, type of rope
BOSALS $450 and up (depending on string count, interweaving difficulty and technique)
HANGERS $95 and up (depending on string count, interweaving difficulty and technique)
MANE HAIR MECATE $300-$380
PLAITED LEATHER MECATE $900 and up (depending on customer order)
If you are looking for more information about hackamore click here
– please contact Jozef for more information.
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