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Henri de Rivel Fancy Raised Padded Bridle with Laced Reins

Colors/Options: Havana

Henri de Rivel Fancy Raised Padded Bridle with Laced Reins

With the Henri de Rivel Fancy Raised Padded Bridle with Laced Reins, a classic, beautiful and affordable bridle for schooling or showing won't break your budget. 

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Item #: X1-120168
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The Henri de Rivel Fancy Raised Padded Bridle with Laced Reins is classic, beautiful and affordable. The padded brow and noseband ensures the comfort of your horse. Skilled craftsmanship creates the stunning fancy stitching, and durable stainless steel hardware holds up to use. Suitable for showing or schooling. Complete with laced reins.


100% Leather.

Manufacturer Restricted Price Product: Count on Dover Saddlery for the best quality, value and price possible. However, some of our manufacturers restrict advertised selling prices and prevent us from advertising discounts. For other items, some manufacturers allow us to offer and advertise a discount on a limited basis. Therefore, some products are not eligible for discounts.

How to Attach a Nameplate to a Halter, Bridle, Martingale or Breastplate

Required Tools: will need a leather hole punch, hammer and pencil.

1. Unwrap your nameplate and identify the rivets as having two posts and two caps.
2. Center the plate where you would like it ; mark its holes with pencil.
3. Use the hole punch centered on the pencil marks. A good quality hole punch with appropriate pressure applied should be able to penetrate even thick leather halters.
4. Push the rivet posts through the back of the tack so the posts are pointed toward you.
5. Put the nameplate on rivet posts.
6. Place rivet caps onto the posts, and tap the caps with a hammer.

Note: If you do not feel comfortable installing your own nameplate, we are happy to help. Bring your plate and tack into your local Dover Saddlery store for assistance. Your local leather repair professional or cobbler may also be able to assist you.