The Indian Hackamore, sometimes called an Indian Bosal, is a unique piece of horse equipment. Its popularity is growing in the bitless riding world and with natural horsemanship.
This very unique bosal is called an “Indian Hackamore”. It is gentler than a bosal. The chin portion widens and narrows to fit most any size head. The action is most like riding with a halter but with more communication and control.
The Indian Bosal may be attached to any type of headstall, either Western or English in style. Much like the rope halter and The Bitless Bridle, the Indian Bosal works through pressure. The ropes of the Indian Bosal criss-cross under the horse’s jaw.