Kincade Event Bridle

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Product Summary:

Kincade® Event Bridle  
The Kincade® Lined Event Bridle is self-lined with a 1” browband and noseband. Hook and stud ends, fine stitching and laced reins are included.   
  • Affordable quality bridle
  • Padded browband and noseband
  • Comes with laced reins
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Bad quality
When I received the bridle all I could smell was paint. I used it one time and it got all wrinkled. I do not recommend this.
July 22, 2016
Okay Product...NOT Show Quality
I bought this bridle in my local tack shop (and paid way more for it). I have an older Kincade bridle that I liked the color and the leather was good so I bought a second to use for shows. The leather is not very supple and is very still after conditioning and oiling. I accidently scratched it with my finger nail...and it made a mark! The bridle is true to size, though the flash is a bit big. The keepers do not stay in place. I will use this bridle for schooling at home and will be replacing with better quality. I only show at a couple Horse Trials at the Beg. Novice Level and some local Hunter shows, the bridle is fine for those...but I paid for a better quality that what I got.
February 24, 2011
good for starters/schooling, but not for much else
I bought this bridle in black about 6 months ago (my friend bought the brown one a few weeks prior and convinced me to get it), and when I bought it, I loved it! it was soft, well-padded, and looked nice on my horse. After the first ride, the PAINT on the bridle (yes it is PAINTED! even the brown one!) began to wrinkle and made the whole thing look ugly. Ever since, the condition of the bridle has deteriorated. he paint is flaking, the leather is drying out despite my conditioning every weekend, and the little tong on the buckle of the throatlatch has fallen off. The keepers are too big, so they slip out of place and don't do their jobs! if you're looking for a bridle to school in that you can abuse (and replace quickly) this i the one, although there are cheaper bridles that would serve the same purpose!PS IMO, the rubber reins are very chunky and heavy, and interfere with my feel on the reins. they are also painful to be firm with if the horse misbehaves
April 11, 2010
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