BRIDLE YOUR HORSE WITH YOUR OLD BRIDLE AND WITH THE SNAFFLE YOU NORMALLY USE. ITS IMPORTANT TO MEASURE THE HORSE WITH BRIDLE AND SNAFFLE. tHERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT BRIDLES AND SNAFFLE RINGS THAT WILL HAVE AN IMPACT ON THE FINAL MEASURES.

1 CROWN AND CHEEKPIECES

Measure the distance from the top of the cradle of the bit on one side, over the crown, to the same point on the other side

2 BROWBAND
Measure the browband, that ends approx an inch behind the base of the ear, across the forehead, to the same place on the other side (where the browband would be)

3 NOSEBAND
Measure the circumference) where you want your bridle’s noseband to lie. This should be approximately two fingers width below the cheek bone (see 4 ). Make sure it is loose enough to get two fingers under the measuring tape (see 5)

CROWN AND CHEEKPIECES

The crown piece includes the crown, 2 cheekpieces and throat lash

This chart shows the overall length of the different combinations of head and cheek pieces available. The mix and match aspect caters for horses that need different sized components due to a head shape that may not fit well in a standard bridle

These measured are taken from the 4th hole closest to crown

BROWBAND

The browband measure flat down in a straight line from one side to the other

NOSEBAND

Eponia offer two types of nosebands, simple buckle and pullback (crank)

Measure taken from the third from outer hole, there is 2 cm between each buckle hole