How To Measure Your Horse For A New Solo Bridle
Confused as to what size your horse is? Don't know if our full size will be the same as the full size you bought from another brand? Fear not! We're here to help!

Just follow the 2 steps below and you are on your way to confidently buying a bridle thats sure to fit like Cinderella's slipper!

1. On your current bridle, measure from the bottom of the cheek piece to over the crown piece, to the bottom of the cheek piece on the other side. Sounds complicated? No worries, check out the picture below.

Our Cob size goes from 34 inches to 41 inches.

Our Full/Warmblood size goes from 36 inches to 44 inches. If your horse falls within those parameters, you're off to a great start! 

Our Overzied/Extra Large size goes from 40 inches to 48 inches. If your horse falls within those parameters, I'll definietly need a mounting block to get on your horse, BUT we do have bridles that will fit them!

2. Measure the circumference (ugh...stupid math terms actually came in handy!) of your horses nose without a bridle on. You'll want to measure a finger width or two below the cheek bones.

 

Our Cob size will fit a nose from 24 to 27 inches.

Our Full/Warmblood size will fit a nose from 25.5 to 28.5 inches.

Our Oversized/Extra Large will fit a nose from 27 to 30 inches. 

The browband length on the Cob is 16 inches, Full/Warmblood size is 17 inches, and on our Oversized/Extra Large it's 18 inches. 

I hope that helps you determine which size would best suit your horse! If you order a bridle and it turns out to be the wrong size, you can always exchange it with no issues at all! If you have further questions or concerns, you can always hit me up (Stephen) on our chat platform or through email at swag@soloequine.com

Happy Riding!

 

3 comments

Solo Equine

Solo Equine

It’s something we plan to do more of in the future. But you can always email us if you have specific requests for a bridle and we can usually make it work.

Sue Bow

Sue Bow

Same as above. Can you order different sizes for different parts? Ie noseband and cheek pieces

Paulo Davis

Paulo Davis

My horse is usuall a cob size. He is very refined. Do you see cob or differemt cheek pieces separately for sizing?
Kind regards

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