Silver Fox Raised Snaffle Bridle

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Silver Fox® Raised Snaffle Bridle

Traditional style raised browband and caveson enhances even the finest horse's head.  Quality standard leather with leather laced reins.  Bit not included.
Item Specifications:
Horse:  15" Brow,     34-40" Bit to Bit,      Noseband 22-26"
Cob:     14" Brow,    33-39" Bit to Bit,      Noseband 21-25"
Pony:    14" Brow,    32-38" Bit to Bit,      Noseband 20-24"

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first bridle for granddaughter and it was on sale 50% off
Diana A on Sep 4, 2015
An inexpensive alternative to replace a current bridle
Helena M on Aug 1, 2015
Rachel M on Aug 22, 2015
This bridle is very affordable, nice enough to show in and lasts through multiple horses and uses. I recommend for all my riders.
karen m on Jul 7, 2015
My ottb is a little bit smaller. He's 15 hands and his head is not very long like most others I have encountered. What I'm wondering is, is the horse size going to be to big for him even after adjusting it. Should I order the cob size and put that on the largest settings?
Amber J on Feb 8, 2014
Best Answer: A friend had the same problem. She got a horse size & tried to make it smaller but it really doesn't fit well. These bridles are true to size so I would suggest you try a cob size. I am very pleased with this bridle, it fits my horse well.
Reply · Report · Esther H on Mar 19, 2015
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I have a Westphalian horse that is really heavy built. What information do I need to supply to see if this bridle (E002571 Silver Fox Raised Snaffle ) will fit him?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2015
Best Answer: Horse: 15" Brow, 34-40" Bit to Bit, Noseband 22-26"
Cob: 14" Brow, 33-39" Bit to Bit, Noseband 21-25"
Pony: 14" Brow, 32-38" Bit to Bit, Noseband 20-24"
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Sep 29, 2015
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I thought this bridle came with a bit?
Jessica S on Jan 22, 2016
Best Answer: No it doesn't I'm sure in the product summary it says bit not included
Just a warning of you live in a colder climate be careful as mine cracked when I tried to take it off after riding
Reply (1) · Report · AMY M on Jan 22, 2016
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What color would look best on a bay horse? (has a black saddle)
A shopper on Oct 30, 2015
Best Answer: I am personally pretty traditional so I would suggest you buy a bridle in the same color scheme as the rest of your tack- if you have a black saddle I would say buy a black bridle. In general, I think dark bay/black horses look better in darker tack- black or brown. That is just my personal taste, others may disagree :) I have this bridle as my everyday schooling bridle in the "brown" color and it is awesome. Nicely supple, I always get compliments. It is a great bridle for the price!
Reply · Report · Lindsay B on Nov 2, 2015
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does this bridle come with the reins?
A shopper on May 6, 2015
Best Answer: Yes but they are pretty stiff compared to the bridle and a bit shorter than I would like. I am sure they will improve with saddle soap and age though. It is a nice bridle for the price.
Reply · Report · Jennifer G on May 6, 2015
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how does the black version look?
A shopper on Oct 15, 2015
Best Answer: My niece is the one you need to ask that as she is in Northwest College using it every day. in her horse training classes. She is in her second year and has not asked to replace. so I would say it is holding up. She has three horses there all with different gear
Sorry I could not do better with your question
Reply · Report · Randall J on Oct 15, 2015
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how is the durability and is the bridle good quality leather?
A shopper on Oct 7, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this bridle two years ago as a schooling bridle for my lesson program. It has been well maintained (wiped down after each lesson, conditioned regularly, etc) and it has held up beautifully. It's been used at least 3-4x a week and been taken to shows for the past two years and shows very little signs of wear. For such an inexpensive bridle I am very pleased! It's certainly not the nice heavy feel of a really great leather bridle but it's not cheap-feeling either. I'd say the leather is decent quality, especially for the price. Overall I would definitely recommend it as a great low-priced option
Reply · Report · Bethany J on Oct 8, 2015
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i have a halfinger mare what size would i need?
A shopper on Jul 27, 2015
Best Answer: I purchased this item for my arab/quarter..i wasnt sure what size .I may have cob or ihorse..he is 14,2 small... the product looked great.. but the nose band is very tight... dont want to go through the trouble of returning it... and having the headstall too long.... the company needs to provide lengths of these straps...
Reply · Report · Melinda l on Jul 27, 2015
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Would this bridle be suitable for jumping in small shows?
A shopper on Dec 26, 2015
Best Answer: I think it is fine for schooling shows. It was more of an orange color when I purchased it, which disappointed me. I ordered the darker one, but received the chestnut color. The reins are almost plastic feeling... Not high quality, but was ok with what I purchased for the price. I use mine for a schooling and hacking out bridle, but think it is decent enough for schooling and small shows. Happy riding!
Reply · Report · Virginia W on Dec 27, 2015
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Does the bit last and controls the horse, yet not too strict? And are the reins sturdy?
A shopper on Jan 18, 2016
Best Answer: It's just like any other bridle and the reins are great quality.
Reply · Report · Alexa K on Jan 18, 2016
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Hi have a Chestnut mare and a Cherry Bay gelding, both share an HDR Oakbark saddle for shows. Will the Chestnut color of this Bridle come anywhere close to the "Oakbark" color?
A shopper on May 23, 2015
Best Answer: Enlarge the photo of the bridle (on a tablet / iPad) and place it next to the saddle you have in natural light to see if it's a good match. Keep in mind that the lighting that the bridle was photographed in for the catalog might make it appear differently or that a different dye lot will be shipped out to customers. Browns can be tricky to match, being tinged with orange or reddish pigments such as : walnut, cinnomon, pecan, hickory, caramel, coffee, umber or mocha palettes. Check & match saddle to bridle, "brown" isn't just "brown".
Reply · Report · Jolene V on Feb 6, 2016
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What color should I get? I have a bay horse with a brown saddle.
A shopper on Nov 25, 2015
Best Answer: Always match your saddle, that will look the best in shows or just on the ride.
Reply · Report · William L on Nov 25, 2015
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