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Choosing the right bridle is very important. Several aspects will come into play as you shop. Some of the more important things to consider are: fit, style, preference and budget. The higher the quality of leather and craftsmanship the longer your bridle will last, with proper care.
Every pair of breeches is not always flattering to every body type. The same is true in bridles. In shopping for a bridle it is wise to consider the shape and size of your horses head. Wide leather and imposing styles will flatter a horse with a large head and bone structure. Smaller heads with refined bone structure usually look better in less bulk, so thinner widths accentuate slender features. A deep "V" browband will make the face look more narrow.
Here are some pointers on how to measure your horse for a proper fit:
Using a flexible measuring tape, note the lengths for the circumference of his nose where the noseband sits, the width of the brow between the two points where the browband will connect with the headstall, the entire length of the headstall, starting at the bit on one side, up over the poll and down to the bit on the other side and the throatlatch length, starting behind one ear, down under the throat and up to a spot behind the other ear.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions about finding the right bridle for your horse.