Cheap English Bridles?

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    Does anyone know of an online tack store that has GOOD quality english bridles for 30 dollars or less?

    Joe-Joe Joe-Joe
    Topics Started: 17Replies Posted: 1205

    I doubt you will find a good quality anything for that price. However, you could check Amazon – I got a really nice bitless bridle through them for only $45. It came from India, and I believe the seller was Stunni. They might have other types as well.

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    G & S
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    Try looking for a used bridle at local 4-H and High School Equestrian Team new & used tack sales. A lot of these bridles will still have a lot of use left in them, and while they may not be show quality anymore, they will be work fine for everyday. You might also try posting an ad in the “tack wanted” section here. What size & color bridle are you looking for?

    IrishMelody IrishMelody
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    You can generally pick up nylon bridles for less than $30. But if you are looking for real leather, try finding Kincade brand bridles. I bought mine for $29 at my local tack store, I keep it oiled and you couldn’t tell it apart from a $200+ bridle. Alternately, for slightly more, buy a Suffolk brand bridle from Dover (sorry SmartPak). I also have one of those, the fancy stitch padded and I got it for $35 on a coupon sale in the catalog (I think they are like $50 now straight price) and people always ask where I got my “super nice” bridle from. As long as you keep it clean and well oiled, cheap bridles are really nice.

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