They are chained by one or more feet to the ground, and wear no headstalls.
“Let me get hold of their headstalls,” he called, raising his voice slightly.
They wore no headstalls, being fastened solely with ropes or chains about the fetlocks.
They had been tied together by their headstalls, the only way in which it was possible to drive them.
Others of these headstalls were made of copper, and nearly all were colour-enamelled.
My escape was in this wise: I saw that the reins might be reached from the headstalls of the wheel-horses.
This same process is often used by Mexicans and Westerners in making bridles, headstalls, etc., of leather.