What the Difference Standing and Running Martingale?

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The difference between a standing and a running martingale is that a standing martingale is used mainly for horses or ponies who tend to throw their heads up or hold their heads really high and hard while a running martingale is used for horses who tend to be a bit speedy, they can be used to help with some leverage on contact as well.
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A standing martingale attaches to the nose band with leather hoops, whereas a running martingale attaches to the reins with metal rings.
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A standing martingale has one loop that goes around the horses neck and another that runs from where it is attached at the bottom of the girth between the horses front legs and up
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The standing martingale puts direct pressure on the horse's nose (via the noseband on your bridle). A running maringale puts indirect pressure on the bit (creating a leverage situation
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