HS Anatomical Bridles - Maximum Comfort for your Horse

 

There are 3 basic Style Ranges, each for different Skull Shapes

HP Anatomical Bridles have been designed to eliminate the pressure points on nerves and blood vessels that normal bridles create.

*All bridles on this page are designed by Maureen Webb of Horsemanship Saddlery UK, and are available only here for Canadian and USA.

How to Measure

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Take the measurements around the horses head, to the same point on the other side, for the noseband, headpiece split to split, throatlash and browband.

The Split to Split on the Headpiece (Where the wide poll leather spits into the 2 hangers) measurement is the first one to take. The point for the measurement is 3/4" below the base of the ear. EVERYONE gets this measurement wrong and they are always too short!

The Cheekpiece Buckles must NOT be higher than eye-level to avoid compromising the TMJ and the measurement must be taken with the current bridle on and with the bit that is to be used attached and in the mouth in the correct position. Measure only the LEATHER part, not including the buckles. Most people measure this part too LONG!

The Browband must be long enough to allow the Headpiece to sit back, away from the rear bulge of the back of the ear and includes the 'Loops'.

The Noseband is measured all around the nose at a point about 3/4" BELOW the front part of the cheekbone. Add 2" to this measurement.