HDR Pro Figure 8 Noseband Bridle

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Product Summary:

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Henri de Rivel® Pro Stress Free Figure 8 Noseband Bridle

This professional Figure 8 jumper bridle has an integrated crown design that combines the crown piece and nose band hanger into a single unit. 
  • Padded, contoured headstall for comfort and style
  • Figure 8 Noseband with fleece padded disc
  • Includes rubber reins
Item Specifications:
Australian Nut

Product Reviews by Customers

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Would you say this bridle runs small or large?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2015
Best Answer: I bought Oversize for my large warmblood, and it fit exactly how I hoped it would. I think it will also fit my TB, with a skinny but long face. Warmblood has long large head. Lot's of room, but not too big. The noseband part was great, only needed to punch one hole.
Reply · Report · Sharon Q on Jan 11, 2015
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Is this bridle soft?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, this bridle is soft and well made. Like all leather goods, each piece can be different even with the same supplier and conditioning process. Is it a $500 bridle? No, but its as good as or better than a $300 bridle I got rid of because it wasn't padded. My WB mare prefers this bridle over the more expensive Micklem bridle I bought her previously.
Reply · Report · Heather P on Jan 6, 2015
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What would you suggest for a paint gelding who typically takes a warmblood bridle, only because his brow is so wide. Wide brow shorter face. I have purchased german brildes (full) that fit him nicely and others where a warmblood size is needed. Just wondering, given that I hear this bridle runs large, if I should try for the horse size first and then move up to warmblood if needed (hopefully not :)) Any thoughts/suggestions here? Thank you.
Tina V on May 25, 2015
Best Answer: Size guidelines

Cob: 500-800 lbs
Horse: 800-1,100 lbs
Oversize: 1,100-1,600 lbs
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on May 26, 2015
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I'm looking for a nice figure 8 bridle that is 'oakbark' in color or a color close to it. Is this 'Australian nut' very close to the color I'm looking for?
Tina V on May 24, 2015
Best Answer: Yes! It's a lovely light brown type colour, I'd call it oak bark
Reply · Report · Sharon Q on May 24, 2015
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