Hunter bridles for around or under 150$?
Any recommendations or brands that are nice in that price range? Thanks
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
I personally love Smartpak bridles. I think the best bridle for under $150 would be the Harwich padded fancy stitch http://www.smartpakequine.com/harwich-padded-fancy... A couple people I know have them and they are great bridles and are amazing quality for the price. If you aren't feeling the Harwich, I would look at the Plymouth Elite Hunter bridle also by Smartpak. They are quite a bit cheaper, and therefore you sacrifice some quality. But overall they are good bridles. http://www.smartpakequine.com/plymouth-elite-hunte...
Also, if you buy from Smartpak they have amazing customer service. They offer free shipping. Also, they have a great return policy so if you don't like it, you can simply return it no questions asked and I believe they pay for shipping both ways. Wow, I feel like I'm being paid to advertise Smartpak, but I promise that is not the case :).Source(s): Proud customer of Smartpak
- MichaelLv 49 years ago
The Camelot Raised Fancy Stitch bridle from Smartpak is a great bridle. I use it on my horse, and I think is great for the price. It is around $60 I think. Also,I own a gorgeous M. Toulouse bridle that I bought off a lady or $75, but they usually are around $150. The leather quality is superb, and it is beautiful! I use it mainly for shows. I use my Camelot for every day riding because it is a little cheaper, and it can take a lot of wear! I love both of them though! Both of them are great bridles, but the M. Toulouse is a little more fancy. Look on Dover and Smartpak if you want to look around!
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- AdeleLv 49 years ago
I bought a beautfiul hunter show bridle at Smart Pak (www.smartpakequine.com). It was $89.00 and very good quality. Free shipping too!
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- bankawayLv 49 years ago
saw a few recently
Check Dover, Stateline Tack or schneiders (sstack.com)
Can't remember where website had a nice one, for about $150 (Courbet brand?, sic)
I was looking for something else
- 9 years ago
These brands: mondega, Santa Cruz, crown