|Pinnacle Comfort Plus Hunter Bridle|
So I would like a new bridle and this one I want to splurge on. I want to pay less than $300 and I want the reins to come with it. I would like a fancy stiched, raised, padded bridle and reins. I really don't care what color it comes in (besides black), I would prefer a padded or monocrown feature, but it's not absolutely necessay. I will not consider any bridles that have a crank noseband (absolutely hate those) and I prefer that it doesn't have a flash, though that can be fixed :)
I think I have narrowed it down to four different bridles. The most expensive is the Dover Showmark Deluxe Hunter Bridle. Downsides are that it is in the most expensive end of my price range and the reins are not raised and fancy stitched (gasp! I know, right? Lol).
Now here's the fun part. While searching through bridles, I found some really insanely expensive and interesting bridles.
These Dy'On bridles are top of the line bridles and I like them. Go here to buy one.
|I find this one fascinating because I've never|
seen anything like it in the english world! I like
it but I don't think I'd be brave enough to wear
it at a show... too spendy for a schooling bridle!
I also think this one is awesome as well, with the slightly flared noseband and browband. Pretty cool!
Then there was this bridle. $800!!! Yikes, that is how much my saddle cost!
|Jimmy's 21st Century Bridle|
Over at Behind the Bit there's a great post about how to choose a hunter bridle.