The HALTER BRIDLE is as traditional in Australia as the poleys on an Aussie Stock saddle. It reflects the lazy, laid back nature of Australian bushmen. They just can't be bothered putting on a halter then putting on a bridle. Far too much work. We are talking about people will not sit if they can lay down!
There are two alternate attachments to receive the bit ring, to which is attached the reins. The bit can be dropped out by undoing an attachment strap or (if you don't mind the occasional rattle of metal on metal) there is a snap that is received by one of three rings on the cheek piece of the halter bridle.
Colors brown or black, cost $169.