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Bridle

Last Updated: Jul 16, 2014 07:45PM CEST
A bridle is a leather piece of gear placed over the horse’s head to control the horse during a race. It consists of three straps. One that fits behind the ears, one in front of the ears, and an optional nose band that is supposed to go a few inches above the nostrils. The reins are attached to both sides of the bridle’s bit and lay over the horse’s neck where it is easily reachable for the jockey. 

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