Collegiate Plain Raised Bridle

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Product Summary:

English bridle leather with slightly raised brow and nose band. Great attention to detail is seen in every stitch. This high quality bridle features white stitching and stainless steel buckles.  Superior value includes 5/8" laced reins.  Excellent for schooling or show.   (Bit not included).  

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What brand is the bridle?
A shopper on May 13, 2015
Best Answer: Thanks for the questions! This is a Collegiate Bridle.
Reply · Report · Jessica MCollegiate Rep on May 14, 2015
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how does the brown version look?
A shopper on Oct 18, 2015
Best Answer: The horse in the display photo is wearing the brown bridle.
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Oct 19, 2015
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What is the size difference between a full horse bridle and a quarter horse sized bridle?
Maureen G on Nov 24, 2014
Best Answer: The cheek pieces are shorter on the Quarter Horse bridle than on the Full Size. It really depends what bit you want to use and the size of your horse's head. I have a Dutch Gag (Wonder Bit American equivalent?) which has extra rings and it hung too low with a FS bridle on a 16.1hh QH. The FS bridle was also too long to use with my loose ring snaffle. The browband on the QH bridle is the same length as on the FS bridle, so it really is designed very well for the short , wide shape of a QH, as opposed to a Thoroughbred or Warmblood shape/size face. The reins are the same length on the QH bridle as a FS bridle.
Reply · Report · Rachel B on Nov 26, 2014
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