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    01-13-2009, 12:19 AM
I need a new bridle

I really need a new bridle, the one I am useing is about 7 years old and very cheap, the drop noseband snapped the other day so I'v decided it's time for a new one. I really want I kieffer one but they are really expensive, does any one know any websites that sell good quality bridles for under about $150 that's preferably in Austalia.
What brands should I be looking for?
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    01-15-2009, 11:22 PM
Green Broke
I think Dover Saddlery ships worldwide and they offer great quality bridles for really low prices(cheepest I've found is a dressage bridle for $30!)
    01-16-2009, 12:38 AM
Personally, forget the brand, and just go in to your local saddlery and look for a nice leather bridle... I've had my Aintree english leather bridle for the past five years now... and the only thing that's snapped on it are the stud keepers... but elastic bands are really good at fixing that problem! I paid $80 dollars for my bridle and it's still in really good condition!
    01-16-2009, 09:06 PM
Suffolk Dressage Bridle - Dover Saddlery
Is pretty cheap (i coverted it for you so it's 74.39 australian.)
This is the same bridle but with white trim (it's also on a horse so you can see what it would look like on a horse)
Suffolk Dressage Bridle - Dover Saddlery

You may be wary of them because the price is a bit low, but on another horse forum I was on, a few riders on there had the suffolk bridles and loved them! They said they are very good quality.

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