View Full Version : Shetland sized cheek pieces?
17th Apr 2007, 08:20 PM
Do they actually exist!?
I need some shorter cheek pieces for my ponies briddle to atatch his hackamore at a suitable height without having to punch hole too high up in existing briddle. As he is allready in a pony sized briddle wondered if shetland sizes exist in the shops.
Or am I thinking right in that Wally would be a useful person to call on in a situation like this?
18th Apr 2007, 07:40 AM
I can make you whatever size you want!
Shetland size does exist! but whether shops keep them in is anybody's guess.
18th Apr 2007, 02:03 PM
ooooo fantastic, shall measure the length of current cheek pieces tonight tonight and PM you latter. Anything else you need to know?
18th Apr 2007, 02:11 PM
Colour, width of the leather and whether you want hookstud billets or buckle billets.
18th Apr 2007, 07:29 PM
Shetland bridles are a nightmare i had to buy all 3 sizes for mine to mix and match :p
What are the measurements you need for an inhand bridle Wally as i am going to order one next week off your site and also how long would it take for you take make one. Thanks
19th Apr 2007, 07:45 AM
Over the top of the head, corner to corner of the mouth.
Forehead, to the back of the ears.
Around the nose 2 fingers breadth below the point of the cheekbone.
and around the back of the ears, under the chinny-chin-chin! Okay not the chin, the jaw bone! :D ;) Some Shetlands have exrtraordinaryily deep thick jaws and you don't stand a chance of a Shetland size head peice, with a standard throat lash, fitting.
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