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post #1 of 4 Old 09-28-2012, 10:18 PM Thread Starter
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How do you put away your bridle? (english)

I hold my bridle in one hand so I'm looking at it head on, then I take the throat latch and bring it around the front of the bridle then around the back and put it through the reins, then back about to the front and put it through the keepers. The nose band is closed around the whole thing.

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I just hang mine on the bridle bracket mounted in my locker
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I hold my bridle in one hand so I'm looking at it head on, then I take the throat latch and bring it around the front of the bridle then around the back and put it through the reins, then back about to the front and put it through the keepers. The nose band is closed around the whole thing.

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We used to do it that way to show it had been cleaned. Otherwise the throatlatch was just looped up behind, through the reins.

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Lexii, that is the way I was taught. When space is at a premium it sure keeps the bridles nice and neat and in their own space.
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