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The traditional and most commonly used bridle is the snaffle or English bridle, which is used with a single bit and one set of reins. Double or Weymouth bridles have an extra strap with another set of cheek pieces for the second bit and are used with two reins, allowing for more refined controls.
There are various styles and designs within the basic types of bridles. They can have extra details including, raised nosebands and browbands, different coloured stitching or piping to create the perfect finish. Some bridles such as a traditional hunting cavesson are usually plainer in style and include a flat noseband and browband, to follow the etiquette of showing/hunting. You can purchase specially made smart In-Hand bridles such as the Shires range, which include brass fittings following show ring dress codes. Bridles not only come in leather but can be synthetic, which are easy to clean and maintain.

 

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