Treatment Type: Tack
Rated for: American Paint Horse
Cashmere, Washington, United States
Posted Jul. 6, 2018
One-eared or split bridles look so good on my mare! She has a shorter forelock too so not having a brow band makes that a little less obvious :)
I always used a one-ear bridle for her in my western classes for the show ring. I've used them for general riding, too, if I don't have the throat latch on (as can be done with some split-eared bridles), if she sneezes or shakes her head hard enough it's come off before! Thankfully she's a very calm, broke horse and so it's more hilarious than dangerous and I can stop and fix it pretty easily.