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Hackamore Reinsman by Ed Connell
This book by experienced horseman, Ed Connell, was the first book ever written in order to document the method of training the California reined horse. While most books will tell you how to make a hackamore, this book tells you how they are used. This book describes the methods necessary to make a hackamore horse, from starting colts to finishing a horse in the bridle, according to the standards of the old vaqueros. This is an authentic manual of instruction that will provide more information the methods, traditions, and styles of the California hackamore reinsman.
Vaquero Style Horsemanship by Ed Connell
This companion book to Ed Connell’s books Hackamore Reinsman and Reinsman Of The West is made up of a compilation of letters and magazine articles written by Ed that provide more clarification and explanation to the training methods described in his first two books. Some of these letters and articles date back to the 1950s, and include further discussion on topics such as reining, the A-Fork saddle, starting horses Vaquero style, ground-pulling with a hackamore, teaching the stop and turn, along with many more.
Western Horseman Legends Volume 9
Legends Volume 9 is a continuation of the popular series that showcases legendary American Quarter Horses. This volume profiles 17 stallions and 3 mares, many of whom rank among the most influential Quarter Horses that ever lived. From Smart Little Lena to Gunner and First Down Dash to Zips Chocolate Chip, the lineup is filled with horses that still influence all aspects of Quarter Horse competition. Written by some of the best authors in the equine publishing industry, Legends Volume 9 truly has something for every Quarter Horse enthusiast. – Western Horseman
The Art of Hackamore Training
The Art of Hackamore Training-A Time Honored Step in the Bridle Horse Tradition, by Al Dunning and Benny Guitron with Deanna Lally, is a goldmine of information about training with the California hackamore, also called a bosal. With loads of excellent photos detailing the step by step processes of developing the hackamore horse, these 2 multiple world champions walk you through everything from the ground work to advanced horsemanship maneuvers including cattle work.
California hackamores or jaquimas were introduced from Mexico to California and western North America by vaqueros in the late 1700s. The vaqueros knew hackamores were essential for teaching a horse the balance and feel necessary to become a finished bridle horse and a responsive and invaluable partner for cattle work. Learn everything from the history of the hackamore to the art of training in the hackamore in this well written and illustrated book that passes along the time-honored traditions of the vaquero horseman.
Paperback, 136 pages, photos by Robert Dawson.