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post #11 of 16 Old 11-05-2012, 12:50 PM
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I looked at the Vespucci bridles that were on Dover, and the only rating it had said that the leather quality wasn't that good, but I know that doesn't necessarily mean it is. Have you heard of people having good experiences with them?
I have one that's a figure 8 that I love ! Too bad my horse doesnt need a figure 8 ! But its my spare.

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LOVE Nunn Finer. If you can pour little more money, I'd look into one (both - Adams Horse Supply and Victory Canter sell them).

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Thanks guys! I'll look into those. There's a dover saddlery about an hour or so away from where I live.

Has anyone had a CWD bridle? I know the saddles are supposed to be really good but I can only find bridles from them that are either black or tobacco colored.
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If I could spend that kind of money on a bridle, I'd be getting one of the Jerry's Harness bridles with contoured monocrown: Snaffle Bridle Caveson 504 - Jerry's Harness Shop, but of course it doesn't include reins so that doesn't really solve your problem
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I like to avoid urine tanned leather - asian tack.
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post #16 of 16 Old 11-07-2012, 10:50 AM
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There's a dover saddlery about an hour or so away from where I live.
Be careful and check where the bridle is made! I go to Dover too, and I was very surprised to see $200+ bridle there (don't remember a brand at the moment) to be made in India (I got my English-made hunter bridle with the butter-like leather in Dover for $100+!).

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