Carl Hester helps design new dressage bridle

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  • British Olympic gold medallist Carl Hester has helped PDS design a new snaffle dressage bridle.

    The bridle has been designed to improve comfort for the horse while still looking stylish.

    The crank fastening noseband has a wider surface area across the bridge of the nose and reduces in width as it curves around the cheek and under the nose. To headpiece is wider between the ears to reduce pressure on the poll.

    The padded browband is finished in patent leather. The cheekpieces and insider grip reins are in rolled leather.

    “This stunning, rolled dressage bridle will enhance the head of any horse and is designed to provide comfort and performance for horse and rider,” said a spokesman from the company.

    It comes in black, sizes cob, full and x full, priced £225.

    More information here

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