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Quality English Bridles for Awkward Sized Head

Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by Friesiangirl, Feb 10, 2017.

  1. CJ

    CJ Senior Member

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    I have a KL? I got a ridiculous deal on if youre looking at light oil/ havana? Shelf price was @$300 and I got it for less than 1/2, now sitting, still unused. Send me the dimensions you need if you want me to check it for you.
     
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  2. Friesiangirl

    Friesiangirl Senior Member

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    I am unfortunately only looking for dark oil (dark dark), as I have an older BT Crump that is my primary show saddle.
    I will bring the pancake saddle back if it's the last thing I do!
     
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    Circle C Senior Member

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    Paris has them dark too
     
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  4. Friesiangirl

    Friesiangirl Senior Member

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    I need padded crown, browband and noseband, looking more in the 200-300$ range of quality.
     
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  5. CJ

    CJ Senior Member

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    Please do! Im still trying to sell the Stylist 2 lol!
    Dont people know if you dont need knee pads/rolls, theyre doing things RIGHT??
     
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    CoopersPprScpr Senior Member

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    well I can't help because i am also using a frankenbridle right now, but subbing for resources for when I'm ready to spring for a show bridle!
     
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    magic_rider Senior Member

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    Flexible fit allow you to build your own bridle with each pice in whatever size you need.
     
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  8. Friesiangirl

    Friesiangirl Senior Member

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    I do like old dover circuits (not the new ones...bleh) -- but most of the time I prefer without knee rolls. I learned in a crosby, and I just enjoy the feel more. I don't know if I'm just weird or?

    I do need to have it reflocked soon. It's old.
     
  9. Nu5ha

    Nu5ha Senior Member

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    @Friesiangirl
    You are not the only with with horse head issues ... I have to also buy a pony size, a cob size and the a horse size browband love it!
    But have to say hypostore.com have cob size that fit him! So didn't have to buy 3 bridles and mix and match.
     

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  10. CJ

    CJ Senior Member

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    Dont reflock it, just replace it ;)
    Riding without pads or roll crutches isnt weird, just unusual.(y) I freely admit Im not there yet; I like my pads at least lol.

    You guys should start a thread or club where you can swap all the unused cannibalized parts from mix & matched bridles.
    Junk-etine meet Tack-etine! (y)
    And I thought I had it rough with an Arab shaped head on a warmblood :no:
     
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