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post #1 of 34 Old 12-28-2008, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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Spanish Bridles *to die for*

So I have been drooling over this bridles for some time and would die to get one for Cobalt. Something fun for every day riding the only catch is the ones I have liked so far have been $350.00+ so....yea...I'm going to be doing research until I find one that isn't that much if any of you know of a good place that has them online, please post the link and pics.

Here are some of my favorites and yep...of course they used a black horse as model *cough*

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aww there really pretty!

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Cobalt would look SOOO good in one of those!!


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I don't like the first bridle but I love the ones with brass hardware! The brass reminds me of my harness.
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WOW! They're georgous!! Cobalt would look so amazing in any of those.
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I like this bridle the best. I prefer something simple rather than gaudy. Any one of them would look good on Cobalt.



On a side note, I love this horse's mane. I wonder how long that took? :)

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Wow they are really pretty! Black horses look so gorgeous in that kind of stuff. Have you tried Ebay or Craigslist to find them?

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I did check eBay but not craigslist. Going to check it out.
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I wonder about having one made. Sometimes you can find leather smiths(shrug...what are leather workers called???) on-line and have a custom piece made for much less.

I happen to know of a place locally that does leather work and then attaches the hardware/ornaments with short shanked chicago screws...They aren't on-line though. Anyways, my point was that they would make a piece like some of the more simple designs for around $100-$150 usd.

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