Asked by Andy Blackwell Uncategorized
What does a grackle eats?
We need you to answer this question!
If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now!
Asked in Movie Ratings
What are the ratings and certificates for The Day of the Grackle - 2005?
Asked in Signs and Omens
What does it mean if you have Great-tailed Grackle following you?
Asked in Care of Horses, Horse Tack
Can you use a grackle bridle in dressage competitions?
Asked in Horse Tack
What is the difference between a grackle noseband and a mexican noseband?
The Grackle and Mexican noseband are the same thing, they both fall under the heading of Figure-8 nosebands. The difference is in how they are fitted. The basic or 'American or Mexican' Grackle is positioned so that the cheek rings sit high above the cheek bones. While a basic 'English' grackle typically has no rings and sits just below the cheeks. Both work the same way to prevent the horse from crossing it's jaw and getting strong.
Asked in Care of Horses, Howrse
What is a figure of 8 noseband for a horse called?
Asked in Swimming Pools
How can you keep grackles from pooping in your swimming pool?
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in The Day of the Grackle - 2005?
Asked in Human and Animal Interaction
What is a grackle noseband for?
A Grackle noseband (often called a "figure-8 noseband") is meant to keep the horse from crossing his jaw, and opening his mouth. It is often used in fast-paced equestrian sports, such as: * Show Jumping * Cross Country * Racing All of the sports listed above are fast-paced (as I mentioned before), so the Grackle, or Figure-8 Noseband, is supposed to also leave their nostrils clear, so that they can breathe much easier. People sometimes prefer Flash Nosebands, but many say that it is too hard to breathe through, because the Flash often presses on the horse's nostrils, making it difficult to breathe. Some people say that a Grackle, or Figure-8, is a harsh noseband, but it is actually much better than a Flash. The Grackle is not a harsh noseband in reality, so long as it is fitted properly. Properly fitted Grackle/Figure-8 noseband: http://www.netequestrian.com/products/images/VSPBF8O.jpg Properly fitted Flash noseband: http://www.ridgemountsaddlery.com/images/PadFlashBridlePanache.jpg