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Essen Horseback Riding Bridle and Reins Set Horse and Pony Size - Black



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Made for leading a horse. The noseband makes the rider's hand movements more accurate. The reins allow the rider to give commands.
Flash noseband.
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DurabilityDurable full-grain buffalo leather, vegetable-tanned with penetrating dye.
User comfortFoam-lined noseband and brow band for added comfort.
Easy to useAdjustments and bit holder with buckles.
GripRubber rein grips, reinforced with polypropylene webbing.
Anatomic designThe removable noseband prevents the horse from opening its mouth too far.
Easy to care forBuffalo leather: easy care. Clean with glycerine soap and oil.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

Kit contents:
Sold without a bit.
Tips before first use or to restore leathers:
After checking the size of your horse, Step 1: clean your leathers with glycerine soap and a sponge. Leave to dry. Step 2: (essential for new, dry, or cracked leather. Not recommended for leather that is already soft).Apply oil using a cloth, paying particular attention to the underside of the leather. Leave to seep in. Step 3: for any type of leather: Apply grease using a cloth, leave to seep in, then buff to a bright shine.
Care advice:
Clean regularly using glycerine soap. Moisturize as needed with a leather oil. Protect from external damage with dubbin.
Adjusting the noseband:
Your choice of noseband should be adapted to the morphology of the horse and its level of training. The noseband should never be too tight, as the horse should be able to mouth the bit in order to work relaxed.
Rein length:
120 cm for PS 145 cm for CS 145 cm for FS
Additional information:
Penetrating leather dye ensures long-lasting colour and makes the leather suppler.
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 85.0% Buffalo leather, Main fabric : 15.0% Rubber - Synthetic Buckles : 100.0% Stainless steel

Stockage tips
Store in a cool, dry place, preferably hanging up.

Maintenance tips
Oil new leather using plant-based neatsfoot-type oil. Clean regularly with glycerine soap. Moisturize regularly with leather milk. Nourish with leather balm or dubbin.