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Rambo Micklem Competition Bridle Black

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Product description

Reins sold seperately. High quality leather rubber grip reins with nylon inserts for increased strength and flexibility. Hook stud billets.

Specifications

Often bought together

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Reviews

249 reviews
  • Fits well with the horse head (83)
  • Nice and flexible leather (67)
  • Anatomically shaped (101)
  • Fast delivery (75)
  • Good price (63)
  • No braces (42)
  • No description in dutch, from the supplied booklet (27)

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Marcel from Ridderkerk on 16/10/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

pleasant and easy bridle

pleasant and easy bridle stays beautiful for a long time with little maintenance

  • Easier to ride and control the horse
  • Goes well with the horse's head

Lisa from Spijkenisse on 15/10/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Great head set

Great bridle and as horse-friendly as possible. Fits well, I bought size cob for an e-pony and this fits the almost smallest size. My bangs respond really well to the bridle and it looks chic and pretty. I use the bitclips while driving, this is not allowed during competition. The browband is very simple and not my taste, but it is very easy to change. There is no very clear explanation, but after many YouTube videos it has become clear, I also recommend that you watch this before you just put on the bridle. The most important thing is that the noseband is as high as possible but does not end up against or on the protruding cheekbone, you can find out why this is on the internet. Then the 'throatlatch' must be flush with the skin, this means that there is no space between the throatlatch and the horse's head in order to keep the bridle in place (not tight but fitting), at the noseband. must of course leave 2 fingers space. Hopefully this will help for the people who have not yet been able to find a good explanation. Worth money.

  • Worth money
  • Fits well with the horse head
  • Spaciously adjustable
  • Remains beautiful, low maintenance
  • Horse responds well
  • Anatomically shaped
  • Boring browband

Anonymous from 's-hertogenbosch on 06/10/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Excellent

Nice bridle, my horse walks well with it. Anatomically shaped

  • Nice and flexible leather
  • Fits well with the horse head
  • Anatomically shaped
  • Fast delivery
  • No braces

Anonymous from Bonheiden on 01/10/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Nice head set

I tried on the bridle of a stable mate myself. It fits my horse very well. have already recommended it to several friends.

  • Anatomically shaped
  • Fine and supple leather
  • Neatly packaged
  • Good quality
  • Good price
  • Good fit
  • Nice and flexible leather
  • Fits well with the horse head
  • No braces

Lotte from Borgloon on 14/08/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Nice bridle

Seated very nicely around the head. I did notice that the leather had to adjust a bit during the first weeks and it became supple by using it more. Easy to adjust, but I notice that this bridle does not fit well on all horse heads.

  • Spaciously adjustable
  • Anatomically shaped
  • Fits well with the horse head

Anette from Halberstadt on 03/08/2020

Yes, I recommend this product

Great bridle

Very nice material, fits perfectly and the leather is nice and soft. I would buy it again.

  • Fine and supple leather
  • Goes well with the horse's head
  • Anatomically shaped
  • Good price
  • Packed clean
  • Everything super
  • Fast delivery

Question and Answer


Noa crabs on 07/12/2019:

Dear, I am looking for a new bridle that hopefully can solve my problems with my horse. I have a 14 year old kwpn x Arabian mare, she always grabs her bit and / or runs through it. Would this bridle help with this?

That depends on what causes this behavior. If your horse suffers from pressure points because your current bridle is not anatomically shaped, a Micklem bridle can certainly be a solution.
Silvia on 30/08/2019:

I have a horse 174 cm. What size would you recommend?

Full is on average suitable for a stick size from 148 cm to 172 cm and XFull: suitable for a stick size from 168 cm. If your horse has a medium-sized head for its height, then it should be able to fit full, if your horse has a somewhat larger head than average, size Xfull will fit better than expected.
Regina on 11/07/2019:

Can this be driven without a birloos (sidepull)?

You can't use the competition variant bitless, but you can use the Micklem multi bitless. The latter has a reinforcement incorporated in the noseband. The competition does not have this reinforcement so that it looks more elegant.
Anthea Hartmann on 14/04/2019:

Hello, I have an Icelandic horse. Do you need size Cob or pony?

Information from the manufacturer: Pony: suitable for a stick size below 138 cm Cob: suitable for a stick size of 138cm to 158cm Full: suitable for a stick size of 148cm to 172cm XFull: suitable for a stick size from 168cm
Braesch on 03/03/2019:

Hello, can you guide me in the sizes for a 165cm mare please cordially.

For a mare 165 cm (height of withers) and most cases, the size FULL is recommended. cordially
Renate on 05/09/2018:

Which size for a Haflinger of 1.50? Doubt about cob or full

Most people who have doubts between 2 sizes come out with the largest size in this bridle. You could also order and compare both. The person who does not fit can return you free of charge via our return service.
Maaike on 10/05/2018:

Can you also drive with this bitlessly?

With this competition bridle you can not drive bitless. With the Micklem multi bridle you can, see: https://www.agradi.nl/rambo-micklem-multi-bridle-zwart.htm
Verena Deimel on 04/03/2018:

I have an Icelander with a big head. What size would you recommend? What do the dimensions mean? LG

The sizes refer to Pony, Thoroughbred (Cob), Warmblood (Full) and Heavyblood (XFull) For an Icelander, Size Cob is generally appropriate.
Julia Gruenienger-Endres on 02/12/2017:

Are there any full length specifications for the Rambo Micklem Competition, eg for browband or the shorter lengths? Is it true that the lengths differ in the Competiton and the multibridle?

The lengths at Original Competition Bridle and Multibridlesollten should not differ according to the manufacturer. However, the Multibridle can also be used as a bitless riding bridle with 3 different levels Mild, Medium and Strong. Pony 13.2 HH and less - Under 137.16cm Cob 13.2 HH to 15.2 HH - 137.16cm to 154.94cm Full 14.2HH to 16.3HH- 147.32cm to 170.18cm X Full 16.2 HH and more - about 167.64cm
brandes on 19/09/2017:

Hello, which accessories are included in the Micklem Trensen? mfg S.Brandes

Both teethbelt and clips are included.
Steffi on 18/09/2017:

Are there plastic or leather bitclips with this bridle? And do you need it?

The bitclips are included as standard. They are plastic.
Barbara on 05/09/2017:

Are the Micklem Competition both (black and brown) with silver fittings?

The Competiton Bridle has silver fittings in brown and black. The Multibridle has golden fittings
M. Calkoen on 03/11/2016:

Does the Micklem competition include the bitstraps and that extra sidepull little chin? Our Micklem bridle is unfortunately stolen during lending via our loan service. We had the Full with everything, including the band for cross under bitless.

With the Multi you can drive bitless, with the Competition not.
Christine on 26/06/2016:

Can I change the hoofset if it does not fit? My horse (1.65) now has a cob bridle, but wants to order the full. Are those plastic bit-clips also included?

If the bridle does not fit, you can return it within 14 days, unused and in original packaging. You can then order another size. The bridle is delivered including the plastic bit clips.
Aniek Lambi on 08/04/2016:

hello, on other sites where I found this competition model that it is only suitable for driving with bit. Does that also apply to this or can I also drive without it? I do not actually see the difference why or not.

With the Multi bridle you can drive bitless. With the Competition you can only drive with bit, you can not use it bitlessly.
Liz on 28/03/2016:

can you explain the difference between mulatto clamp bridle black and the Competition? I would like the bridle what is best written for shirt hooks. Bitless driving does not necessarily have to be for me. Thank you very much, Lisette Draijer

With the Multi bridle you can also drive bitless and lunge through the ring on top of the noseband. This is not possible with the competition.
Monique on 12/02/2016:

Does this bridle have silver colored fittings? Is on the picture but want to know for sure. Thanks

This has silver buckles. The multi has gold colored buckles.

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