September 23, 2021 3 min read
For your Horses' comfort, check his ears can move freely!
Brown Band with Real Swarovski Crystals
The cheek piece on the right holds the bit. The cavesson is resting one finger below the cheekbone.
I like the noseband to be 2 fingers below the prominent cheek bone
There is much debate over the appropriate tightness of the noseband. Please refer to your Trainer and Veterinarian and Horse's preference on this as you fit a bridle. Please note that the tighter it is, the more pressure it exerts on other parts of the bridle, such as the crown piece. I also suggest using a pad or squishy under the noseband where it crosses the jaw bones. Many newer bridles have this feature built in. As far as placement goes, one finger below the cheekbones is usually good for your generic snaffle bridle (with or without a flash).
I like a lot of room for the noseband
Figure 8 Bridle favorite of 3 Day Eventers
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