In Spain the Hackma was developed into a medal piece of equipment named the Serreta. This worked on the bridge of the horses nose and it had a serrated surface. A trainer using this piece of equipment would drive the horse into the Serreta causing extreme collection. The reins came off the top of the nose and promoted a high head carriage. The Spanish also rode with a longer stirrup and sat deeper in the saddle much like when Knights would joust. Riding this way was known as LaBrida. This style of riding worked well in Spain while working cattle because they used poles and pens to control their cattle. This is where the term cowpoke originated.