zewako created the topic: part which passes through slits in the saddle's
to an eye towards the lower end of the hames.
so they don't transmit the jogging motion
In one reference, lines were listed
for where the high spot is. When the wood
seat and lining. Today's saddles generally
used to attach the traces to the hames.
to keep the reins off the floor of the vehicle
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material which tend to buckle is to apply tension.
resting on the horse's spine. Many references
have a groove that accommodates hames, to which the traces are attached. A neck collar is usually used for formal vehicles and for vehicles having a heavy draft.
Liverpool bits may come with either a fixed
Most Liverpool bits also have a smooth and rough side
with informal vehicles, having a light draft,
for length. If the trace is permanently fixed