BRI001 - Black Mix and Match Schooling Snaffle Bridle - Custom Built Bridles
We have designed all of our bridle ranges around the concept of comfort for the horse.
Our moncrown range offers a padded headpiece that has one singular strap therefore reducing pressure on the horses’ poll. All of our bridles have double buckle sides. This means each component, the noseband, cheekpiece and throat lash do up on both sides of the horses head. This allows for a much more even fit, and makes the bridle more adaptable. This is especially helpful if you use the same bridle on more than one horse.
Our nosebands all have the ability to remove the flash and our converter nosebands allow for the flash and tab to be completely removed and converts the noseband to a straight cavesson. This is especially helpful as your horse moves through the training levels and may require the flash at different times. It also allows people whose horse does not require a flash at all to have a smooth noseband with no tab.
The monocrown range is made from the highest grade of buffalo leather available. This leather became popular when English leather became largely unavailable. Many high end saddle companies started making their saddles from this type of leather. After English leather became available again, many companies retained a buffalo option as they found it to be very soft and well wearing. A great work bridle or a bridle for a young horse that is still growing.
How it works. Click build your interactive bridle tab above. This takes you to a page where you can name and select the colour and markings of your horse.
Hit Next or browband tab and you can then try on all of the browbands on the horse head. Click nosebands and you can start trying on nosebands with the browbands. To change browband and noseband selections simply click on each tab and you can go back and forth. Our price range starts with a plain bridle and no reins. Our maximum price is a Swarovski browband with padded leather reins with many price points in between.
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