|Delivery time:||3- 7 workdays + Shipping|
|Measure||A - Nose circumference||B-jaw strap||C - headpiece||Browband||Noseband|
|cob||50 - 58 cm||34 - 43 cm||82-106 cm||40 cm||41 cm|
|Full||52 - 57 cm||41 - 50 cm||92-115 cm||44 cm||44 cm|
The size table shows the sizes of this bridle. Measure the size to determine which size you need. The following sizes are required for this Side Pull:
A: Nose circumference: 1-2 fingers below the cheekbone
B: Jaw strap: 1-2 fingers under the eye
C: Headjoint: from the noseband, behind the ears to the noseband
In the blog, we explain how you can take measurements.
Side Pull, how it acts.
Literally translated, the word side pull means: 'pulling sideways.' Opening the rein by moving it away from the neck puts pressure on the cheekpiece and noseband on the other cheek of the horse's head. As a result, the horse deviates from pressure, and a position can be asked or to avert. Holding back by equal pressure via the rein (hold up) results in a one-sided relief of pressure on the nose. This, of course, in combination with other supportive body aids.
The side pull has a bitless bridle with direct impacts. The Side Pull corresponds to the direct action and a good simple bridle for both rider and horse. The Side Pull is used in combination with light rein contact and is very suitable for sensitive horses. As a result, the bridle is particularly suitable for riding young horses and sensitive horses standing high in the blood. The Side Pull is also very suitable for correcting 'ridden' horses with fear of the rider's hand. The simplicity of the bridle also makes it suitable for the novice rider.