The bosal is a type of noseband used in a bit less bridle. The bosal has a thick, stiff wrapper, called a “nose button.” Beneath the horse’s chin, the ends of the bosal are joined at a heavy heel knot. The bosal is carried on the animal’s head by a headstall which is called a “bosal hanger”.
On a finished horse, a bosal with a properly balanced heel knot and mecate generally does not require additional support beyond the headstall.
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