Made for Our Schooling gogue holds the horse's head in position, causing the neck and back muscles to come down.Use occasionally and build up gradually!
Tactile efficiencyFixes the horse's head in place, causing the neck and back muscles to come down.
VersatilitySuitable for lunge and flat work.
Ease of useAttaches to the girth and headpiece.
CompatibilityFits most head pieces.
How to use
Only for use by experienced riders. It is highly recommended that you seek the support of a professional for your first few sessions.
The gogue should be adjusted according to the morphology and training level of the horse. It should be used very gradually and occasionally, as the horse will find itself in a fixed position that can quickly become painful. It requires good knowledge to understand the position, balance, drive and motion of the horse, whether mounted or lunged.
Fixed gogue: Composed of a leather strap that attaches under the belly of the horse. This strap ends in a ring at the chest, from which depart two further straps. These straps run through the rings on either side of a headpiece attached to the bridle, then passing through the bit rings and returning to fix onto the ring on the horse's chest.
Frequently moisturise with leather lotion or glycerine soap. Nourish using leather balm or grease around once per month depending on the frequency of use and weather conditions.