Crownpiece

Some articles on crownpiece:

Horse Halters
... These rings meet the throatlatch and the crownpiece ... The crownpiece is a long strap on the right-hand side of the halter that goes up behind the ears, over the poll and is buckled to a shorter strap coming up from the left ... or, occasionally, a recessed hook attachment where the crownpiece can be connected ...
Parts of The Bridle
... The bridle consists of the following elements Crownpiece The crownpiece, headstall (US) or headpiece (UK) goes over the horse's head just behind the animal's ears, at the poll ... Cheekpieces On most bridles, two cheekpieces attach to either side of the crownpiece and run down the side of the horse's face, along the cheekbone and attach to the bit rings ... On some designs, the crownpiece is a longer strap that includes the right cheek and crownpiece as a single unit and only a left side cheekpiece is added ...