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  1. #1
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    Default Ergonomic Bridles

    I a looking for a bridle whose crown piece is cut back to fit around the horse's ears. I know Antares does one, but I am looking for other (more economical) options.

    Can anyone direct me to a manufacturer?

    Thanks!



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    Dy'on does but not sure what the pricing is like (or if that would fit "economical"). I have one and it is a very nice quality bridle, but I bought it used on ebay.



  3. #3
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    Thanks, I will look into the Dy'on.



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    Mark Todd makes a knock off of the Dy'on that is about a quarter of the price.



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