Tory English Bridle Leather Nose Side Pull

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Tory English Bridle Leather Nose Side Pull


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Product Summary:

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Tory Sidepull Bitless Bridle
English bridle leather sidepull with a doubled and stitched nose and 5/8" english buckle end reins. Great training device. Sidepulls can be used on any age horse to re-estalbish control techniques, they are also an alternative to using a bit in case of injury or teeth problems.
Color: Havana
Hardware: Nickel
Size: Horse
Browband  16"
From rein ring up over the poll to rein ring on other side -longest 49"   shortest 40"
Throat latch from split at brow to split on other side -    longest 28-1/2"  shortest  24-1/2"
Noseband across from rein ring to rein ring 13-1/2"  with adjustable jaw strap


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I have wanted a bitless bridle and liked the reviews
Jane P on Sep 29, 2015
Ordered the Western-looking bridle with the rope noseband and it was just too harsh. This bridle looks better and should be better quality.
Gabrielle R on Aug 28, 2014
My horse hates her bit and her fussing causes a spiral in our communication. She has a sensitive mouth as well. I have looked at several bitless bridles and found this one very attractive and agreeable. Also, I like that it does not add any chin or lower jaw pressure. Can't wait to try it!
Jessica Nicole L on Feb 12, 2015
Great price.
Cassie G on Jun 10, 2014
Can blinders be incorporated into this bridle?
Jeff S on Feb 2, 2014
Best Answer: I. bought this same item last month...but due to the weather am not doing much outdoors. I don't have a clue whether blinders can be used or not. I have never used blinders. I bought a western side pull also and my goal is to test it out on therapy horses as a "kinder" apparatus for riders who tend to be very heavy handed. My hope is that they can actually learn how to direct their horse in a more effective way. Sorry I don't have a link of knowledge in working with blinders. Good luck to you.... Rosie.
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what colour is leather !?
A shopper on May 24, 2015
Best Answer: I returned this product because it was too small for my draft, but I recall that it was a dark brown.
Reply · Report · Valerie C on May 26, 2015
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Will this help horses that snatch reins when in a snaffle bit?
Mary W on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not too sure about that one. I use it on my OTTB that I resuced from slaughter. For whatever reason he really hates having anythign in his mouth and he will throw his head and actually start to gag. He is a really mild horse that responds much better with leg and seat contact than anything with the reins. This bridle exherts minmal pressure on the nose and poll becuase of how it is made.
Reply · Report · EMILY B on Oct 28, 2014
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Should the noseband on this bridle be fitted as tightly as a regular noseband on a bitted bridle?
Garcia on Mar 13, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, it should not be fitted to the point where it is constricting.
Reply · Report · Valerie C on Mar 14, 2014
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Would this side pull fit an arab or smaller q-horse?
Brenda J on Mar 19, 2014
Best Answer: We were so excited to find this for my daughter's Half-Welsh/Half Quarter Horse, unfortunately, it did not fit. He's about 14.2 hands and probably weighs 900 pounds and generally wears Cob size equipment really well. The quality of the leather was great and if it had come in Cob size we would have been thrilled. Hope you find something that works.
Reply · Report · Nora F on Mar 19, 2014
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