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A bridle for the horse - riding straps

Bridle, bridle bridle, riding staircase - the terms are not clearly delimited from each other and so each rider uses a different term. In principle, the riding halter describes the bridle. A bridle consists of a nose strap, baking straps, neck straps and often also blocking straps. There are riding haulers in different variations, e.g. as a bitless bridle. If you look more precisely into the description of a riding strap, the "bridle" describes that Horses bit. The bridle bridle, on the other hand, encompasses the riding halter and bit in combination. Buying bridle bridles for horses is not always easy, because every horse reacts differently to the different types of bridle, which in turn affects riding training and permeability.

Which bridles are there?

In general, a distinction can be made between the following bridges:
• English bridle
• Mexican bridle
• Hanoverian bridle
• western bridle
• biteless bridle (Bosals, Sidepulls, LG bridles)
• Anatomical bridle
• Kapp bracelet
• Hackamore
• bridle cob
• Driving stimuli
Kandaren / Kandarenzaum

What is a bridle made of?

Just like that saddle, Sabracks, stirrup, one Riding pants or a Riding helmet are part of the basic equipment of a horse seat owner. Bridles are the most important means of communication between horses and riders, because this enables riding aids to be put through the hand to the horse's mouth. This signaling takes place via the Rein, which on that denture are attached in the horse's man.

A bridle consists of several parts, each of which has a specific function to facilitate communication and control between the rider and the horse:

  1. Riding halter:
    Function: The riding strap is the front part of the bridle and lies above the mouth of the horse. It keeps the horse's jaw calm and ensures that the bit stays in the right place in the right place.
  2. Herring straps:
    Function: The forehead strap runs over the forehead of the horse between the eyes. It stabilizes the bridle and prevents it from slipping down. The forehead strap can also be decorative and improve the overall impression of the bridle.
  3. Central piece:
    Function: The piece of neck runs behind the ears of the horse and over the neck. It holds the bridle in position and distributes the pressure evenly. A well -sitting piece of neck is important for the comfort of the horse.
  4. Denture:
    Function: The bit is the central part of the bridle that is inserted into the horse's mouth. Depending on the type of teeth (e.g. simply or twice broken), it generates pressure on the muzzles and enables the rider to exert influence on the horse.
  5. Bake pieces:
    Function: The baking pieces are the parts of the bridle to which the reins are attached. They transfer the impact of the rider from the teeth to the horse's mouth.
  6. Leaning belt:
    Function: The larynx runs below the horse hall and ensures that the bridle does not slip over the head of the horse if it lowers the head. It serves security and prevents the horse from losing the bridle.
  7. Bulky strap (optional):
    Function: The locking strap is attached under the riding halter and prevents the horse from opening your mouth to avoid the teeth. It is not available in all bridles and is mainly used in dressage and show jumping.
  8. Tongue bracket (with some bitten):
    Function: The tongue bracket is a small element on the teeth that prevents the horse's tongue from blocking the teeth. It facilitates communication between rider and horse.
  9. Rings (bitten with some):
    Function: The rings on the teeth serve to attach the reins and distribute the pressure evenly. Depending on the type of bit, the rings can be shaped differently.
  10. Nose straps (depending on the type of bridle):
    Function: The nose strap runs over the horse's nose and is used in some types of bridle to offer additional stability. It can occur in different versions.

The parts of a bridle work together to enable the rider to control the horse and at the same time to ensure the comfort of the horse. It is important to note that the bridle is correctly adjusted to avoid pressure points or inconvenience for your horse. A well-fitting and adapted bridle is crucial so that the riding hand-horse mouth communication and the well-being of your horse are guaranteed.

Set the bridle correctly:

  1. Close the larynx: After the rabbit, the larynx is first closed. A fist between ganasche and strap should be left in place.
  2. Close nose straps: With this part of the bridle, at least two fingers should be left under the yoke bone, as well as two fingers free space between the nose strap and horse head.
  3. Close the lock strap: The locking strap is not a tool, because caution is advised here. It should go close, but not disconnect anything. If this is too firm, you clamp your horse off and it can no longer swallow. As a rule of thumb, you can also leave about 1-2 fingers to the nurse region.

Set tips on the bridle correctly
1. Adjust the piece of neck:

Make sure that the piece of neck is correctly adjusted. It should lie over the horse's yoke bone and not cut too deep into the neck. A piece of neck that is too loosely can cause the bridle to slip forward, while a piece of neck that is too tight can limit the horse uncomfortably.

2. Adjust the riding strap:
The riding halter should be about two finger widths (approx. 2-3 cm) below the horse's yoke bale. This enables the horse to open and chew their mouths without disturbing the brick halter. Make sure that it is not too loose, otherwise it can have the bridle slip.

3. Correctly position the bit:
The denture Should be quiet in the horse's milling, without producing pressure points on the tongue or palate. Make sure the bit is not too high or too deep. A bit that is too deep can affect the sensitivity of the mouth, while a teeth that are too high does not allow enough control.

4. The cheeks and reins:
The cheeks should be set so that they do not keep the bridle too loose or too firm. The reins should be evenly attached to distribute the pressure evenly. Check whether the reins are not too long or too short to ensure proper action.

5. Control of the nose strap (if available):
A nose strap should be firm, but not too tight (1-2 fingers should fit this below). It should also be placed about two fingers wide below the horse's yoke bone without restricting the nostrils. The nose strap serves primarily to stabilize and should not be tightened too tight.

6. Check the head strap:
The Front strap Should run over the forehead of the horse without slipping into the eyes. It is used to stabilize the bridle. Make sure that he is not too loose, as this can lead to the bridle sliding down. You also have a free choice for the headring straps, because they are available in beautiful designs.

7. Seat of the blocking strap:
A sparrow is used to ensure that the horse does not ride its mouth during riding, puts the tongue over the teeth or the teeth slips. This is often used in rather impermeable horses, so that there is more control in the horse's mouth. This should be gently and must not squeeze the sensitive nurse region of your horse. As a rough tip, you can make sure that about one or two fingers also fit underneath.

8. A last check:
Before you riding, check all parts of the bridle again to ensure that they are properly sitting. If necessary, pull the straps to ensure safe and comfortable seat. As you adapt the bridle, pay attention to the reactions of your horse. If it shakes his head, tears off the mouth or shows signs of discomfort, this can indicate that the bridle is not sitting correctly. In this case, you should speak to your riding instructor or a bridle connoisseur.

Little bridle

A bitless bridle, also called bitless bridle, is a special type of riding halter that without a conventional Horse bits gets out. Instead of putting pressure on the horse's mouth, the bitless bridle acts on pressure points on the horse's head or nose. This type of bridle offers a gentle way to communicate with your horse and maintain control while riding.

How the biteless bridle works:
The biteless bridle mainly affects pressure points on the face and on the head of the horse instead of the denture in the mouth.

Forehead and nose printing:
Most bitless bridles have a head strap and/or nose strap. By reel pressure on the head strap and the nose strap, pressure on the forehead of the horse and/or on the nose is exerted.

Sick pressure:
The piece of neck runs over the neck of the horse and is easily pressed against the neck by the reins. This pressure helps with steering and slowing down.

Kinn and back pressure:
In some bitless bridles, pressure on the chin or the baking of the horse can be exerted. This helps to bend and control the horse.

Pressure on the bridge of the nose:
Some biteless bridles have a strap that exerts pressure on the horse's nose back when the reins are affected. This can help to control the horse and transfer reins.

There are often bite-free bridle for very sensitive horses, which are not easy to ride with a conventional horse bit. Often, this art of bridling is also used in young horses, hiking riders or for health reasons.

Anatomical bridle

The anatomical bridle is an anatomically shaped bridle, especially on the head and mouth of the horse. The aim is to relieve the horse head of the pressure of the riding aids and to relieve the blood vessels as well as the main facial nerve. Incorrectly adjusted bridles can be an incredible burden for a horse.

The anatomical bridle was developed directly on the horse and avoids any pressure points that can be created by e.g. a bridle that is too narrow. We chose this type of bridle with additional fur pads, the neck and nose area can also be relieved. The nose strap of the anatomical bridle is partially swung that no pressure points can arise here either. This precise adaptation to the horse's head is possible and individual aids from the riding hand to the horse. In addition, an anatomical bridle supports the horse in the fact that there are no scours during training. They are individually adapted to different horse head sizes and offer the greatest comfort. A big advantage for riders, because this increases willingness to perform for many horses.

With a correct strap, the anatomical bridle ensures a stable dentition in the mouth, so that finest aids are transmitted directly. This allows you to optimize your reins and shine with a quieter hand in front of the tournament judges. The better the communication between reins and teeth, the more you can concentrate on your thigh and weight aids.

When is an anatomical bridle suitable?

The anatomical bridle is particularly suitable for:

  • Horses with a sensitive mouth: horses that are sensitive to pressure in the mouth or have already had problems with conventional bridles benefit from an anatomical bridle. The sinking pressure distribution and the soft upholstery ensure a more pleasant experience.
  • Horses with a high withers or sensitive neck game: horses with a high withers or sensitive neck game benefit from the special shape of the neck piece that avoids pressure points.
  • Dressage and show jumping horses: Anatomical bridles are particularly popular in dressage and jumping because they enable better control and finer help.
  • Horses in training: Anatomical bridles can be helpful when training young horses because they promote comfort and communication. This enables easier learning of different help.

Mexican bridle

The Mexican bridle, also known as "Mexican Bosal" or "Mexican Zaumzeug", is a special type of bridle that enables more space for breathing of the horse. This type of bridle is characterized above all by its conspicuous design and offers a convenient way to communicate with the horse. Due to the cut of the riding habits, the horse around the nostrils has more freedom than e.g. with the Hanover bridle. It acts on the chin pit, the lower jaw and the bridge of the nose. In most cases, the nose back part is padded with a fur so that there are no rubbish or pressure points. The Mexican bridle therefore proves to be increasingly popular, especially when jumping or in versatility.

How the Mexican bridle works:
The Mexican bridle works in a gentle and natural way by putting pressure on different points on the horse's face. As a result, the horse can be offered an even pressure distribution on the horse's head and gentle pounding. If your horse is particularly sensitive to the head, this type of bridle is particularly suitable. It is specially adapted to the anatomical structures of the horse head and very fine by a padded nose part. The pieces of neck are also designed in such a way that the ear cup and the atlas are relieved.

Advantages of a Mexican bridle:
• Free nose
• Good pressure distribution
• More cautious activity
• Free of bite ring
• Good for endurance and competitive sports
• Very popular in versatility and in jumping
• Anatomical neck piece
• WB, VB and intermediate sizes
• Earfree

Cut of the Mexican bridle:
The Mexican bridle is also called "cruciate ligament halter" or "Figure 8" in English. The 8 -way belt leadership ensures high freedom of breathing, since the horse nose is given a lot of space. In addition, horses are offered a high freedom of bite ring in this riding halter, which promotes the chewing activity. With high endurance pollution, these can score and it turns out to be more and more common. The nose strap is like the locking belt when building it and it has a cross point with padding on the nasal bone.

Disadvantages of the Mexican bridle:
Despite the many advantages, the Mexican bridle also has disadvantages, such as the strapping. It is considered a difficult -to -custom bridle and has already presented a rider with a big question mark. However, this is no reason not to use it. The so -called leather rosette should be placed properly during the first pounding, i.e. quite high up on the bridge of your horse's nose. The rings must not be on the chef bone or too close. The bulky strap is loosely strapped to the dentition lead and about two fingers between the straps and the horse head should always be left.

Hanoverian bridle

The Hanoverian bridle is the most commonly used among the Tensen species. Although it does not have a blocking strap and a relatively deep seat, it proves to be particularly efficient in help. It is particularly suitable for horses with a long head, a long mouth cleft or horses with very short heads. Due to the individual adaptability, it can be flexibly adapted to different head sizes as well as mouth columns.

The Hanoverian riding spell was developed for the prevention of sideways movements of the lower jaw. As a result, horses can no longer easily escape reins during the training session.

Due to the horse -friendly fit, it scores primarily with its cone -shaped nose strap, which offers the lips a lot of space and prevents a clamping. The Hanoverian bridle is used almost in all riding disciplines and offers great optics as well as functionality.

English bridle

The English bridle is the classic of riding straps worldwide. They are available in different versions: as a combined English bridle or Swedish bridle. They support the ideal location of the Bits In the mouth and they have been used in equestrian sports for centuries. In addition, the English bridle supports a uniform effect on the nose bone and teeth. If you ride your horse on Kandare, only this bridle is used.

As a bridle or bridle, the English bridle allows you to help you and soulful on your horse. It was conventionally developed without a blocking strap, with a somewhat wider nose strap. You can find the English bridle in our equestrian shop in paint, glitter, leather and various variations. Correctly set, it neither hinders the dumplings nor does it clamp zones of the sensitive horse head. In design and optics, it offers the largest selection of different variations among the riding stalks. It is referred to as English with locking straps.

As a rule, the English bridle is made of leather, since the natural material is durable and allergy -friendly. However, there are also riding stalks on the riding market, which are made of synthetic leather. In the riding world it is also said that it is the most gentle bridle, especially with one double broken bit. At this point, she often finds their use when riding young horses or if a restless hand is to be quickly forgiven.

Explanations of the English bridle:
• English bridle with bulky straps
• English bridle without a blocking strap
• English combined bridle
• bridle English anatomical
• English Hannoverian bridle
• Swedish bridle
• English brown / black

Brown or black brown or black?

The choice whether a brown bridle or in black depends on your individual wishes and the color adaptation to your horse. Brown browns are often chosen for foxes, centimes or mold, but this depends heavily on the individual ideas. There are also brown browns in different tones, i.e. light, medium, dark, glossy or in paint. Often a brown brown can look really chic even with a brown horse. You also have a free selection of the forehead straps and reins - from glamorous to classic or braided. Also discover our Escadron and Pikeur collectionsthe latest colors/ designs Sabracks, Gait, Riding jackets, Breeches & Co.


A long -term and well -known classic - the passed bridle. Passier offers a wide variety of bridges of the highest quality and durability. The leather is scars -free and the bridles are cut anatomically. In addition, a passer bridle offers the selection between padded and unmistaked. In our equestrian shop we have bridles from passers in many sizes, with different colors and also send Glitzer forehead straps.

Which passers are happy to be bought?
• Frequent bridle Ingrid Klimke
• Passing Blue bridle
• Frequent bridle Blue Spirit
• Pass bridle atlas
• Frequent bridle no limits
• passed bridle sewn round
• Frequent bridle balance
• Juno passed bridle

We also offer you suitable passport Front strap, Girdle, Saddle & Co.

Buy bridle online

In our equestrian shop you can easily choose from a large range of bridles. Whether an anatomical or Mexican bridle: we offer various riding straps in high -quality designs. If the bridle does not fit for your horse, you can send it back to us. We are also happy to help you choose the right bridle size.