Marjoman Hackamore Bridle

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Article number: HMM0131140
Availability: In stock
Delivery time: within 2 workdays + shipping

The hackamore is made of European cowhide and produced in the Marjoman factory in Spain. The cowhide leather is supple and requires little maintenance. The bridle fits well with the horse's head from the start due to the supple leather quality. The chin strap is softly padded and widely adjustable on both sides with buckle closure. The noseband and browband are softly padded and provided with beautiful decoration in the middle. Rings are attached to the noseband as a cavemore effect, which can be easily removed. The shanks can be removed or replaced at the noseband and cheekpieces using Chicago screws. The headpiece is straight and softly padded. The bridle can be adjusted on both sides using the cheekpieces. The jaw strap can be adjusted with a buckle and is glued to the cheek pieces to prevent shifting.


  • Wide and softly padded noseband
  • With shanks of your choice or without
  • Excellent European quality oiled Cowhide leather.
  • Adjustable cheekpieces, jaw strap, and chin strap
  • Straight shaped behind the poll and softly padded.


  • Not available in a pony or large horse size
  • No reins included
  • Noseband not adjustable


  • Black with silver fittings
  • Havana with gold fittings

Size chart measured with Star shanks.


B: Jaw strap

C: Headpiece





43 - 55 cm

88-106 cm

25 cm

23.5 - 29 cm

40 cm


51 - 60 cm

96.5 - 118 cm

30 cm

27.5 - 32 cm

43 cm

You can find more information about measuring for the size chart in our blog size determining bridles.

Shanks choice:

Silver & Gold
Silver & Gold
Flower Long
Silver & Gold
Silver & Gold
Flower 8 Rings

More information about the shanks can be found on this page Bitless Shanks.

How 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 shank length and the action of the rider's hand.
Read more about how hackamore works in the blog Hackamore.
The hackamore can be used during work in hand, 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 blog.
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