Hackamore vs Cavemore: What’s the Difference?
When it comes to bitless bridles, there are many different options available to choose from. One of the most popular choices are the hackamore and cavemore bitless bridle. But, what's the difference? This blog post will explore the differences between a hackamore and cavemore and help you decide which one is right for you and your horse!
The hackamore is a type of bitless bridle that uses pressure on the nose and jaw instead of a bit in the mouth. It is often used as an alternative to traditional bits for horses that are difficult to control or have sensitive mouths. The cavemore is another type of bitless bridle that works similar to the Hackamore.
A cavemore however has three rings on the nose. These rings are often used for in-hand ground work and classical dressage. The rings can be used to attach a second pair of reins too or to attach the leadrope to.
Both bridles are effective in communication with the horse without using a bit. They are great for horses that have sensitive mouths. If you're thinking about trying a bitless bridle with your horse, the hackamore or cavemore is a great option to consider!