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You could try a cob-sized bridle, as they don't tend to be too much smaller, but are slighter wider. If this doesn't work, you could use a horse sized bridle and get the longer pieces from a bigger bridle. This tends to work well with cheaper bridles.
Good luck, he's a nice looking horse. I've had a similar problem at one stage, but my aussie stockhorse has a long face. Give it a go.
 
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