Using bridles every day riding the range has taught me to identify the good from the bad. At the ranch, we’ve had our fair share of disasters where a bridle hasn’t held up when it was supposed to (not to mention the special headstall that drove that buckskin horse Gus crazy), and we’ve learned that simple, comfortable, and durable is best. There are no flashy imitation silver pieces that will tarnish and fall off, no fancy latches that weaken with time, no dangling accents hanging from the browband, and no flimsy throat-latches. I’ve designed a simple, timeless working headstall without the unnecessary bells and whistles. Full grain leather and stitching ensures durability and simple heavy-duty hardware will never fail when you need it most. If you want to fancy it up a little bit, you can add some shine with a pair of bridle loop conchos.
1. Two layers of full grain leather
2. Solid brass hardware
3. Inside of headstall lined for comfort
4. 7 holes for plenty of adjustment
5. Double stitched