Mustang Nylon Bitless Bridle w/Reins

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Product Summary:

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Bitless Bridle with 9 ft Flat Braided Reins
Soft 3/4" braided brushed poly headstall with a 1/2" x 9' flat braided reins.  The bridle applies pressure across the nose to painlessly control your horse.
Size: Average Horse (800-1100lbs)
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Kerry L on Nov 10, 2015
Description makes this item seem adjustable to fit my Icelandic pony. Hope it works.
Debbie F on Dec 2, 2014
I have a couple of horses that are just distracted by their bit, hoping this will work for them.
Sandra E on Mar 25, 2015
because I love the bit less bridals.
Jenny on Oct 13, 2014
Is this a scrawbrig or a hackamore?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2014
Best Answer: It's not worth wasting your time purchasing, runs small, is poorly constructed, stretchy, way to soft, and the design is just poor. I ordered the Mustang side pull with out reins, it was $25 and I love it! Very well made, constructed of nice materials, strong rings and fit my Belgian quarter mare nicely! Don't waste your $15 on this one
Reply · Report · SHANNON M on Dec 3, 2014
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Should it fit a Norwegian Fjord?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2015
Best Answer: Great Bridles. My two thoroughbreds, grandsons of Secretariet do just great with them. No fuss whatsoever.
Reply · Report · WARREN B on Mar 18, 2015
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Do you recommend this(or bitless bridles in general) for beginning riders?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: Hi! Although this bridle did come in handy for me, it didn't come in handy for riding use. The bridle is a very very soft nylon. It falls off of my horses head a lot. I use it more as a halter than a bridle. Besides the fact that it falls off of my horses head, the nose band is way to thin which puts in my opinion to much pressure in one spot. I do recommend a Dr.Cooks bitless bridle. I have just purchased one and it's fantastic. My horse responds to it very well. It is pricy but is completely worth the money. The Dr.Cooks bridle does not come with reins but the reins in the bridle on the website are way too log and not sturdy at all. I would not recommend this bridle for a beginner rider especially for a beginner horse. This is bridle would for fit for a more advanced/relaxed horse.
Reply · Report · Esther N on Dec 27, 2014
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Is this considered a Western bridle?
bob r on Dec 6, 2014
Best Answer: We only use it for light riding in a small area when riding bareback for fun. Would not use it only for a bridle unless real gentle horse.
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