A faux diamond snaffle bridle designed with supple leather and soft black lining at the noseband. The noseband strap goes over the top of the headpiece so your horse has additional comfort. Stainless steel fittings look beautiful against the stones. Durable web reins are included.
Open buckles and wipe clean with damp sponge. Do not saturate with water or chemical cleaners not intended for leather. Leather cleaner and protector may also be used.
Great bridle for the price! It is made very well and the leather is of good quality and very soft. I really love this bridle. It fits my horse well and is very cute on her. I would recommend this bridle to anyone.Written on by Anonymous
I ordered this in SH size for my very small pony. Everything was just the right size except the throatlactch (way too long, even for her thick head). For the price, I'm very happy with this bridle. The leather is good quality as is the craftsmanship, and I love the rhinestone browband!Written on by kandypony
I LOVE this bridle. I have a black mare I use it on at eventing shows. I get so many compliments on its "bling". The browbad is a little large even with it being a cob size, but I have where it makes a U Shape and it looks cute. Nice leather for the price.Written on by Katie
If you don't like bling on your bridle, it's time to back away slowly! Couldn't believe how nice this one is for the price. Super fancy, and absolutely gorgeous on my bay arab. Leather is great quality, with a shiny finish. Details like the padded headpiece, and the Horze logo make it look likes it's much more expensive. The browband is wider than it appears in the photos, and the diamonds are quite large and flashy. I've seen similar type browbands sold for $100+ without a bridle included. I got this for half price at $30 (thirty dollars!!), and I'm tempted to buy more for my other horses.Written on by D.L.D.
I bought this bridle for a TB I am adopting. It is gorgeous! The bling is not too blinging and is quite attractive on a bay. The leather is decent quality too. Even if I didn't buy it on sale I wouldn 't have a problem paying full price for it.Written on by Cannoka
I bought this bridle for my flea bitten trakehner mare. It is sooo pretty. The leather is good quality. Needs some conditioner on some parts but super supple on others. Over all, it is very padded and a good buy.Written on by Anonymous
I bought two of these bridles, one for my quarter horse mare and one for my hackney pony. I LOVE these bridles, I can even say that they are comparable to bridles that cost much more. The leather is nice and supple, and has stayed that way since buying them about a year ago. I really like the thickness of the leather, and can't find fault at all in the quality. On the pony bridle the throat latch is slightly long for my pony. But I can make that work. The only reason I give this four stars for style... the one I ordered for my pony came with a completely different browband. It is red, white and blue. I was not expecting that! I do love the bridle but I like the "diamond" browband better. =]Written on by Anonymous
This bridle is amazing! I'm a big fan of bling and this has the perfect amount. The leather is high quality and has soft, squishy padding. It fits my mare very well (except the flash is a bit too big) and I am a huge fan of the monocrown. It feels like it should be a $200 bridle!Written on by Kellie
Receiving compliments at my dressage barn. Great price, good leather. *****Written on by Anonymous
I was debating between a couple of bridles on here for a while and I decided on this one! I was not disappointed! I got this in cob for my Thoroughbred and it fits perfectly. The leather is great for the price, the mono crown is perfect, and the reins break in great!Written on by Emily
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There are ways to keep you and your horse safe while out on the trails.
1. Have your horse desensitized to scary situations that you may see on the trail.
2. Slowly introduce your horse to traffic.