Weaver Bridle Leather Browband Headstall Spots

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Weaver Bridle Leather Browband Headstall Spots

A great headstall at a great price! This 5/8" single-ply black premium English bridle leather headstall is accented at the browband, crown and cheeks with etched nickel brass spots. Browband is highlighted with precise, even stitching. Non-rust stainless steel hardware. Chicago screw bit ends. Horse size.
 
Features:
  • English Bridle Leather
  • Nickel Brass Spots Accents
  • Stainless Steel Hardware

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quality leather and simple design. excellent utility
Frank V on Oct 25, 2015
Good price
Jeanette M on May 19, 2014
How do you attach your bit to this bridle?? there are no buckles at the bottom of the cheek pieces
RAchael W on May 15, 2015
Best Answer: I love these headstalls. They have bleeding heart knots at the conchos. The leather "knots" have to be un-done, put bit on, run the leather back thru the slots, put concho back on, then weave the leather back thru it's own slots as it was to "re-do" the knot. It sounds like a pain, but it isn't after you get used to it.
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How adjustable is this? I have an Arabian and need cobb size
Linda M on Jan 13, 2016
Best Answer: Well, it will depend on the horse, whether their head leans more towards horse or more "pony". I had large pony (14.1) that wore Cobb/Arab/sm horse. I now have another (14H) but he has a "baby doll " head which is much smaller......the cheeks on this go small enough but the browband is too big for this one.
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