Bridles

Some articles on bridles, bridle:

Bitless Bridle - Styles - Simple Rope Bridles
... A simple hackamore or bridle can be made of a thin rope in several styles ... Used more in the past than today, these are sometimes described as emergency bridles ... Any of these designs were at times called "war bridles", in part due to their close historic association with Native American cultures, but the term ...
Frentera - Current Use
... It is used in Spain and Portugal on serreta bridles, in Hungary on similar bridles, and in Argentina and adjacent countries on both halters and bridles ... In Argentina, the frentera is an integral part of both utilitarian halters and parade bridles ... The parade bridles often are chapeado, even made entirely of chains of sheet metal (often silver) heavily decorated with repoussé and chasing work ...
Horse Tack - Headgear - Hackamores and Other Bitless Designs
... noseband rather than a bit are known as bitless bridles ... other designs, such as various bitless bridles and the mechanical hackamore are often seen on mature horses with dental issues that make bit use painful, horses with certain ... Like bitted bridles, noseband-based designs can be gentle or harsh, depending on the hands of the rider ...
Hackamores and Bitless Bridles
... Bitless bridles are similar to hackamores, but some designs use different leverage principles for control ... Hackamores and bitless bridles use a headstall with reins attached to some type of noseband or nosepiece ... Bitless bridles and other types of hackamore are most often seen on horses used for endurance riding and trail riding ...
Double Bridle - Uses
... Double bridles are most commonly associated with dressage and certain horse show classes where formal tack, attire and turnout is standard ... In eventing, even at the advanced level, snaffle bridles are still the norm.) Double bridles are fairly common for horse show purposes in Australia, and in the United Kingdom for show hunters and show ... ladies riding side saddle traditionally use a double bridle ...