How to measure:
The browband and headstall lengths are the most important measurements
needed for sizing a piece of tack. To accurately obtain the correct
dimensions, measure an existing properly fitting bridle/headstall.
Do not measure the horse. If you do, your measurements will be
inaccurate. The directions below and the chart above should assist
you in acquiring these correct measurements.
Measure the distance from the front edge (sew
line) of the crown, across to the front edge on the other side
(A - B).
Measure the distance from the fold where the
bridle connects to the bit on one side, over the crown, to where
the bridle connects to the bit on the other side (C - D). It
is best to measure the parts flat and in sections for accuracy.
Please do not measure on a curve. Measuring on a curve will add
an undetermined length.
Measure the total fitted length - above next
to the crown and lower throatlatch.