Originally Posted by Beau Baby
Just a warningabout that bridle. I don't want you to waste $90 like I did.
I have a biothane and nylon nurtural bridle and both work well for me. They nylon is soft for me; not super soft and floppy, but not stiff at all. I use them for trail riding and giving lessons with. (horses intended for showing, as well as riders looking to show, all ride with a bit) The nurtural bridles IME give more release when riding than the dr cook bridles.
The $90 isn't wasted as both Nurtural and Cook have a 30-day guarantee. If you do not like the bridle, you can send it back for a refund.