Triple E Nylon Padded Halter Trail Bridle

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Triple E Nylon Padded Trail Bridle
 
PVC padded trail bridle.  Features 3/4" premium nylon, PVC padded crown, nose, and brow band.  Nickel plated hardware.
 
Size: Horse (800 - 1,100 lbs)

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This item is great for trail rides where you can let the horse have a rest from the bit in his/her mouth. Less "clutter" then leaving a halter on and a bridle over it. The nylon stands up better to weather climates especially colder weather where leather can dry and crack. Very easy to clean.
Patti G on Oct 20, 2015
Niece was looking for lime green to go with her outfit.
Pamela D on Nov 9, 2014
I need it.
KERIN S on Dec 5, 2014
would this work for a Norwegian Fjord?
PennyLane on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: Well i have appaloosas and quarter horses and thouroughbreds. I consider them regular horse size. If his head is more like an arab, i would go with a pony cob size in that it is a bit shorter on the sides and around the nose. If he is closer to a draft size i would say it is too small. One of my horses has a huge head and it fits, but is snug.
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Is this an English bridle?
Judy H on Nov 28, 2015
Best Answer: It's closer to an English bridle than a Western one. It's a halter with a browband when you unclip the bit hangers and take the bit off. It's designed more for trail and overnights as you can keep it on the horse but give them the freedom to eat and graze with out taking it off to switch to a separate halter.
Reply · Report · Kelly H on Nov 29, 2015
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