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English Bridles


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Choose your bridle type and place your order from the sections below. Bridle fitting for model horses can be tricky because of the fixed postions of plastic manes, forelocks and ears. I suggest ordering a different bridle for each mold/model horse so that the buckles will line up for the best, most realistic fit.

Hunter - Jumper

Snaffle Bridle

Hunter/Jumper Bridle

With Plain, Flat Reins

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$35.00 - $45.00

Gag or Pelham Bridle

Hunter/Jumper Bridle

With Plain, Flat Reins

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$45.00 - $55.00

Laced Reins

Add Laced Reins

to bridle ordered

$10.00

Tongue Buckles

Make bridle with working tongue buckles

$10.00


Ordering hints: *Laced reins are usually only added to snaffle reins. Curb reins are typically narrower and flat. It is acceptable to have laced snaffle reins on a double bridle with a flat curb rein.

** Old style hunter bridles were usually made with a wider, flat noseband and brow. Typically, pelham bridles are made like the older style field hunter bridles. Modern hunter bridles usually have a raised, fancy noseband and brow band are narrower. If ordering a flat noseband and cavesson, I will automatically make it the wider kind unless otherwise instructed.



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Dressage Bridles

Snaffle Bridle (Dressage)

Lower level Dressage Bridle

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$35.00 - $50.00

Dressage Double Bridle

Weymouth Double Bridle

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$55.00 - $75.00

Ordering hint: ***There is a difference between a weymouth curb bit used for dressage and a weymouth curb bit used for saddle seat. A dressage curb bit will have a shorter shank as the USDF limits the length one is able to use in a show. A curb bit used for saddle seat will typically have a much longe shank. Also, the snaffle bit, called a "bradoon" typically has a smaller ring than a regular round ring snaffle, so as to cause less chance of interference with the shank of the curb bit. Dressage bradoon snaffles often have a larger ring than the tiny bradoon used for saddle seat. Comes without a lip strap, and has a wider flat snaffle rein and narrow curb rein. See options for double bridles below!



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Saddle Seat Bridles

Weymouth Double Bridle

Long Shank Double Bridle

For Saddle Seat

$55.00 - $60.00

Tennessee Walker Bridle

Walking horse Bridle

For Saddle Seat

$45.00 - $50.00

Ordering hint ***There is a difference between a weymouth curb bit used for dressage and a weymouth curb bit used for saddle seat. A dressage curb bit will have a shorter shank as the USDF limits the length one is able to use in a show. A curb bit used for saddle seat will typically have a much longe shank. Also, the snaffle bit, called a "bradoon" typically has a smaller ring than a regular round ring snaffle, so as to cause less chance of interference with the shank of the curb bit. Dressage bradoon snaffles often have a larger ring than the tiny bradoon used for saddle seat. Comes without a lip strap, and has a wider flat snaffle rein and narrow curb rein.


Options for Bridles

Add a "bling" brow to any bridle.

$5.00

Options for Double Bridles

Add laced snaffle reins and lip strap to double bridles.

$10.00

**All buckles are slip style unless Tongue buckles are specifically ordered. All hardware will be silver in color unless otherwise specified. If you would rather have gold or brass colored hardware on your tack, please request so in the "Comments" field when placing your order. If your color preference is not currently available, I will notify you via e-mail.

Don't forget to order your saddle pad and girth!

Color Chart

This chart shows currently available color choices based on pre-dyed kangaroo lace from my vendor. I will dye the saddle and other tack items to match this lace as closely as possible.

Color Chart