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    12-30-2008, 05:09 PM
On the second post, I have the 5th brildle for my boy, and the matching saddle.

I got it at Hartpury when they have the BAPSH show every year, and we got both for around 250, which was an absolute bargain, lol.

Me and my mum are looking at buying one of these...

And this is the matching saddle to the bridle, the bridles on top but I never took a photo of it, my tack room's such a mess, haha.

Which gives me an idea for a new thread...

Hmm, I will have a look around online.

Portugese (Spelling?) and Spanish Bridles.
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    12-30-2008, 05:46 PM
What site was this on. I have been looking for a fancier spanish bridle. For shows. There where two there I liked.
I have one spaish bridle but Figs head got to big and I had to modify it a couple of times. His head it about the same size as a friesian so it would be worth the money.
To bad my bridle is to old I would have sold it to you cheap. But it needs to be retired soon.

Love those bridles
    12-30-2008, 08:33 PM
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    12-31-2008, 03:42 PM
Originally Posted by smrobs    
I like this bridle the best. I prefer something simple rather than gaudy. Any one of them would look good on Cobalt.

For some reason the star on the center browband throws the bridle off for me. But I've ALWAYS wanted the matching breastcollar!!!!
    12-31-2008, 04:03 PM
Originally Posted by TralissaAndalusians    

Me and my mum are looking at buying one of these...

And this is the matching saddle to the bridle, the bridles on top but I never took a photo of it, my tack room's such a mess, haha.

Which gives me an idea for a new thread...

Hmm, I will have a look around online.

Portugese (Spelling?) and Spanish Bridles.

That's the bridle I want, but just for show.

I sold off all my Portugese tack, 'cuz I needed the money. *sigh*

The Portugese Full Presentation sets and "Cortesia" bridles are really easy to find on websites in Europe (a lot of Zaldi dealers), for alot less, too. The problem, though, is you wind up paying just as much once you calculate shipping costs, and it usually tacks awhile to ship. Viva-Iberica has some really good prices and some harder-to-find Ludomar tack.

M2G, second post fourth down...the Hungarian sets I haven't seen anywhere else, besides the Baroque Horse Store. On a side note, the model Friesian stallion in that tack, Black Orpheus, has the same lines as TJ. Melissa actually contacted me once to inquire about purchasing TJ!
    01-04-2009, 02:41 PM
Not in love with the bridles as much as the horses lol, I love all the different mane styles, ..and this one here has a magnificentttttttttttly stunnnnnnnning neck
    01-04-2009, 04:09 PM
No kidding. That's the kind of photo we should all have with our beasts
    02-09-2009, 02:53 PM
Whew, this thread is a fossil...but for some reason, I immediately thought of it when I saw this bridle/breastcollar combo, so I decided to dig it up. Love these colors on a black horse
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    02-09-2009, 02:57 PM
OOOoOOoOoOoo.... I like your taste Sara!!! Beautiful!!
    02-11-2009, 12:29 PM
Wowww that is beautiful! I vote for that one, Sara!

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