I have chosen my favourite bridles from thier range to stock. They all are made of beautifully soft leather, feature the ‘cradle’ elastic contact with the bit & are comfortably padded around the poll & cheeks. The bridles don’t feature a throatlash as it is not needed, however you can purchase a throatlash seperately for competing if necessary.
The NIRAK PS of Sweden Bridle
The Nirak bridle is designed to allow you to communicate with your horse through the noseband as well as the bit, which is great for the young horse or the horse that avoids contact. Click HERE for more information.
The PALADIN PS of Sweden Bridle
The Paladin bridle is a classic. Providing comfort for all horses. It avoids the sensitive jaw & teeth area while providing extra padding around the nose & poll. Click HERE for more information.
The ATHENS PS of Sweden Bridle
The Athens bridle is a beautiful new bridle from PSOS. It looks like a classic grackle but it is expertly shaped around the jaw to avoid the sensitive areas. It also has padding around the nose & poll as well as the classic elastic ‘cradles’ in the bit attachments. Find out more HERE.
The High Jump PS of Sweden Bridle
One of the most popular PS of Sweden bridles, this bridle not only looks great but is super comfortable for the horse too. The noseband features a whole new design. It does not put any pressure on the teeth from the outside which reduces possible bit-related issues. The bows that lie over the bridge of the nose are flexible so you can always ensure a perfect custom fit for every horse. The noseband has a decorative seam and a softly padded pull-back fastening. Find out more HERE.
Which Bridle Is Right For Your Horse?
Here is some advice on which bridle would work best for you and your horse. If you’d like any further information or have your eye on a different PSOS style please get in touch with Laura [email protected]
My horse doesnt have any particular issues but i want him/her to be as comfortable as possible in thier bridle.
All of the PSOS bridles are beautifully padded to make them as comfortable as possible. They are shaped around the face to avoid senstive nerves. The poll area has extra padding as well as a cut away area to avoid undue pressure. The bit is held by an elastic ‘cradle’ which allows for a more gentle contact between the hand and mouth. Have a look at the classic Paladin bridle HERE.
My horse is young and is still getting used to contact from the bit.
The Nirak has been designed to allow you to vary the pressure on the noseband so this can be a great option for the horse that is sensitive or new to pressure on the bit. The elastic ‘cradles’ which hold the bit also allow for a softer contact between the hand and mouth. Find out more about the Nirak HERE.
My horse is very forward going but i dont want to use a harsh bit.
The Nirak has been designed to allow you to vary the pressure on the noseband which can be great for the horse that is very forward going. The Athens and the High Jump are also a great bridlse for the forward going horse. Find out more about the Nirak HERE & the High Jump HERE & the Athens HERE
My horse avoids contact & can become overbent.
The Nirak has been designed to allow you to vary the pressure on the noseband so it can be a great option for the horse that is sensitive to pressure on the bit. The elastic ‘cradles’ which hold the bit also allow for a softer contact between the hand and mouth. Find out more about the Nirak HERE.
My horse is very sensitive around the jaw.
The PSOS bridles are design to avoid the sensitive jaw area. The elastic ‘cradles’ that hold the bit in place may also help your horse relax in the jaw area. These are on all the PSOS bridles. The paladin provides extra padding in the jaw area too so may be a good fit for your horse. Have a look at the Paladin HERE.
The High Jump is also very carefully designed to avoid the jaw and sensitive teeth areas. Take a look at the High Jump HERE
My horse is tense in the poll area.
All of the PSOS bridles offer extra padding around the poll as well as gap over the top of the poll to avoid undue pressure in that area. So have a look at all of your bridles options HERE.
For more information please drop Laura an email [email protected]