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    Default Bridle Fleece Covers?




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    I'm pretty sure you can use the covers meant for halters. They normally fasten with velcro, and come in a three pack.



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    Do you want a shadow roll or just a sheepskin cover?

    For the shadow roll, most racing places sell them.

    For the skeepskin, like Libby said they are usually just halter pieces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLeventer View Post
    Do you want a shadow roll or just a sheepskin cover?

    For the shadow roll, most racing places sell them.

    For the skeepskin, like Libby said they are usually just halter pieces.
    This. Although, when I put a shadow roll on my young jumper, I put a large halter fleece on a rolled noseband and just rolled it around and it ended up plenty thick!
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    I think when I was in Running Fox I saw sheepskins especially for bridles. At least, the one was for hackamores because the end was cut differently than a regular halter one (which I always found took some effort to get on just right) for more protection. Also, there were black ones, which seems like it might look nicer for bridles.
    www.runningfox.com ... If they have it they will ship, or if you are in Wellington their trailer is there for the season.



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