The Hackamore Aram from the Freedom Riding Articles brand has a beautifully embroidered, softly padded noseband. The headpiece is straight and softly padded. The bridle has beautiful buckle closures, and the jaw strap is attached to the ring on the cheekpiece with a clip closure. The noseband is adjustable with a Samour closure, and the ends are inserted into the noseband. The hackamore Aram is available in a universal size. Because the bridle is widely adjustable on the cheek pieces, jaw strap, noseband, and chin strap, this bridle is suitable for both cob and full.
- Wide and spacious adjustable soft padded noseband
- With shanks of your choice or without shanks
- Good quality leather
- Adjustable cheek pieces, jaw strap, nose, and chin strap
- Right behind the ears
- Attach your own browband
- Not available in a pony or large horse size
- No reins included
- Black with silver-colored buckles and rings
- Mokka with silver-colored buckles and rings
Size chart Measured with Star shanks.
59 - 63 cm
36 - 42 cm
90 -101 cm
24 - 28 cm
The size charter shows the sizes of this bridle. Measure the size to determine which size you need. The following sizes are required for this hackamore:
A: Nose circumference: 1-2 fingers under the cheekbone
B: Jaw strap: 1-2 fingers under the eye, to the other eye
C: Headstall: from the noseband, behind the ears to the noseband
In the blog,
we explain how you can take measurements.
More information about the scissors can be found on this page Bitless Shanks
How a Hackamore Acts:
A hackamore works as follows; the shanks tilt backward and upwards through the pressure of the reins. This movement creates downward and backward pressure on the nose. The chin strap engages and then puts pressure on the chin. Via the cheekpieces, there is pressure behind the horse's ears. The amount of pressure depends on the length of the shanks and the action of the rider's hand.
Read more about how hackamore works in the blog Hackamore
Category Bitless Diagram FRA:
The hackamore falls under Category 2
You can read more about the Bitless diagram of FRA in the blog about the five systems
The hackamore can be used during handwork, lunging, and riding.
The hackamore is not allowed during bitless competitions at the KNHS (Dutch Associate)
After use, wipe with a damp cloth. Grease if necessary or once a week. You can read more information about leather maintenance in our leather maintenance