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Elevator Bridle -The Cheapest BridleYouWill EVER Buy


One world-renowned dressage trainer still rides in an Elevator bridle.That


bridle is 22 years young, possibly making it the cheapest bridle he has ever bought!


Elevator is the world-famous name behind the original comfort bridle. Every intricate detail has been thought of in its design and that is why time and time again, horses and ponies perform at their very best when ridden in an Elevator bridle.


Our beautiful bridles are crafted in the UK from the finest, softest English leathers with the highest quality fastenings. What’s more, with the right care, they get better and better with age and for many, investing in an Elevator bridle is akin to buying a bridle for life.


That’s why our bridles represent excellent value for money, as many professional riders and trainers will testify.


We design, manufacture and supply complete bridles with and without reins, and individual bridle parts, as well as range of leather accessories including:


Martingales and Breastplates – Girths – Headcollars – Stirrup Leathers – Reins - Crystal Browbands


And, then there is the amazing, perfectly balanced Elevator Dressage Saddle. This symmetrical saddle has been developed using pioneering engineering and design techniques for maximum precision and attention to detail.


The Elevator Bridle & Saddle Co. Ltd Tel: 02476 404505


Buy on line or find out more atwww.elevatorbridles.com


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