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post #1 of 8 Old 01-14-2012, 12:54 AM Thread Starter
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Camelot Brand?

I just got a new bridle from a friend and it is Camelot brand. I believe it is their event bridle. It is raised and padded, has a loop for a flash strap, and it has rubber reins. It seems really nice. It was really dried out and caked in dirt. I cleaned it up and conditioned it really thoroughly. Has anyone had any type of equipment from Camelot? Where are these items made? Please share experiences and photos if available
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They are made in India or Pakistan and quite a low quality. Still not bad to ride, I'd much rather go with Camelot then no-brand off-eBay.

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They are made in India or Pakistan and quite a low quality. Still not bad to ride, I'd much rather go with Camelot then no-brand off-eBay.
I am pretty picky about my tack but I really do like this bridle! Will get pics of it on my horse and post them. And yeah muck better than Ebay. Its like a Crosby compared to Kincade XD

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I have a plain Camelot snaffle bridle I use for dressage. I removed the flash b/c it was too big and I hate flashes in general. I can't tell you too much about it other than it was inexpensive and several people at my barn use them for that reason. I keep it well oiled and have had it for maybe 2 years? It's held up well and is fine for schooling and trail riding but I don't think I would use it for showing.
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Here are pics of mine. I absolutely love it!
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horseychick, correct me if I'm wrong, but is your bridle a little tight around his ears?
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horseychick, correct me if I'm wrong, but is your bridle a little tight around his ears?
Maybe a bit. He has a wide forehead (more brains? ) and he takes a cob bridle but he needs a horse size browband lol. I just got this bridle and I will need to get him some for his other bridle, too. And the winter hair probably doesn't help either

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