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Headstalls For Sale

Below are Western style horse headstalls for sale on Amazon.com. Some headstalls are for sale alone, some come as a matching set with accessories, such as a breast collar. If you would like to narrow the results below, please scroll down to a little lower on this page where we have categorized horse headstalls into groups such as one ear, painted, and more. You might also like to see bridle and breast collar sets.

Below: A roan mare wears a browband headstall with a snaffle bit, slobber straps, and a nylon mecate.

A headstall with a snaffle bit

A headstall is a hanger put on a horse's head used for holding a bit, bosal, nose piece, or other piece of equipment to guide a horse while riding. When a headstall is combined with a bit (or nose piece, etc.) the combination is known as a bridle. Below you'll find hundreds of headstalls and accessories in all styles and price ranges.


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Specific Types of Headstalls

If you'd like to narrow your search you can use the links below to see specific types of headstalls. All of the links below will open directly on the Amazon website.

 

The Main Parts Of A Horse Headstall

A headstall is a hanger put on a horse's head used for holding a bit, bosal, nose piece, or other piece of equipment to control a horse while riding. When a headstall is combined with a bit (or bosal, nose piece, etc.) the combination is known as a bridle.

Below is a photo of a bridle with a leather headstall. The main parts of a headstall are:

  1. Crown piece. The crown piece goes over the top of the horse's head, behind its ears. As the crown piece extends down the side of the horse's head it meets up with the cheek pieces.
  2. The browband. Not all headstalls have a browband, but they are very common. The browband goes in front of the horse's ears, across the brow. Its purpose is to keep the headstall from sliding down the horse's neck while riding.
Headstall on a gray horse
  1. Throatlatch. Not all headstalls have a throatlatch, but they are also very common. The throatlatch goes underneath the horse's head behind the throat.
  2. Cheek pieces. The cheek pieces buckle onto the crown piece then continue on down each side of the horse's head, or cheeks. Cheek pieces have fasteners of some type at the bottom in order to attach a bit, bosal, or nose piece. The type of fasteners can vary widely.

 


Save The Headstall For Later

If you find a headstall you like but you're not ready to purchase it right away, you can always add it to your shopping cart so it will be easy to find later.

Important: Putting items in your Amazon shopping cart or "Save for later" list does NOT reserve them! It just makes them easier to find if they're still in stock when you come back.

Below: Screenshot image showing the "delete" and "Save for later" links when an item is in the Amazon shopping cart.

Cowboy Amazon shopping cart

 


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