A Bridle for All Seasons

If you are looking for detailed, well-written, helpful reviews of the PS of Sweden High Jump Bridle, you can find them on $900 Facebook Pony and SprinklerBandits.

What you will find here is an illuminated ode in free verse to my new favorite Bridle.

Photo courtesy of She Moved to Texas

Photo courtesy of She Moved to Texas

New favorite Bridle, you don’t look like anything I’ve known, but eventually I came to realize you were next on my list of bridles I’d like to own.

You see, my gallant steed can get testy, irascible even, about anything he doesn’t like.

The list of things he doesn’t like is long, but you, Bridle,

You are not on it!

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like wearing pyjamas

He finds you comfortable, and he harbors sensitivity more exuberantly than the Princess of the Princess and the Pea. You, Bridle, are comfortable indeed!

uniquecrownpiecePoll and jaw pressure relieved!

bridleprofileYour unique form, it grows more favorably in my eyes by the day.

O, the endless number of easily-adorned sparkly browbands piques my desire.

And so, Bridle, I leave here for you a testament to the athleticism you inspire:

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Photo courtesy of Diane Segura

My horse will don, ever constantly as we ride, your elegant and uncommon contours!

 

 

16 thoughts on “A Bridle for All Seasons

  1. Great review! I finally came around to the look of this bridle and wanted to try it only to find that Gus HATES any and all straps that come down in front of the bit. His muzzle is too short or something.

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