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Martin Saddlery Rope Headsetter

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Style #: HTDR

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  • Martin Saddlery
  • Headsetter
  • Rope Material
  • Tiedown Strap Not Included
  • HTDR

This Martin Saddlery Headsetter is ideal for horses that carry their heads too high. Headsetter tiedowns are becoming one of the most popular training pieces for ropers. Their versatile use makes them ideal for horses who throw their heads or carry their heads too high while roping. The headsetter puts pressure on the horse's nose first and like a gag bit, the cheek will slide, increasing pressure on the poll until the noseband hits the top stop and the poll pressure increases. This combination of pressure points helps the horse carry their head lower.

*Tiedown strap not included

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Reviewed by Jared N.
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Great experience

All products worked great!!!

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Reviewed by Cole W.
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Great tool for helping a horse keep its head down

After breaking horses and getting them ready for the next step especially roping, I prefer this to a tiedown. It keeps control of their nose and also applies pressure on the pole. Most horses seem to except this better than going straight to a tiedown. It also can be used on a horse that likes to keep their head up high, and teaches them to lower their head to respectable level. They also cannot evade the bit with it which give you even more control as well. When turning corners sharp and fast the horse will also learn how to use it for balance just like a tiedown. Depending on the horse, after 3 weeks they may never need it again, on some horses I use it while roping only, others I’ve used one all the time.

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