Cob class and hunter
The bridle should be one of plain leather with a wide, flat noseband and browband.
A brown double or Pelham with double reins for open classes, snaffles for novices. Rugby pelhams should be used with a slip head.
The courser the cobs head the thicker the noseband should be.
Two hunters in the side saddle class. The width of the leather used on the bridles – especially the noseband - is right for these horses and this class.
Side saddle by Brigette from Pixabay, CC0
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