Quality Tack For Less. Much Less.

This beautiful, fancy stitched, square-raised bridle and matching fancy stitched reins will cost you only $205. Yes! That is not a typo. Bridle + Reins = $205. You = happy.

Hamster, wearing the Fancy Stitched bridle from Pure Harmony Equine Apparel
PC: Jennifer Blades Photography

In a sport where almost every big purchase requires you to eat a week’s worth of Ramen, finding good and quality deals is a game changer. Especially for something as important as your tack. Pure Harmony Equine Apparel offers you beautiful leather pieces at prices you can afford and they also have customer service you won’t find at the bigger stores. Owner, Lisa Updike, is not only knowledgable and responsive but she is adamant about helping you find near custom-like pieces for your horse. She treats every purchase like it is $1,000 and she takes great pride in outfitting your horse correctly. When I was placing Hamster’s bridle order, she requested me to do multiple measurements to his current bridle, in an effort to get the best fit. After she received the numbers, she suggested that Hamster have a bridle that was part Horse size and part Cob size. The result was a perfect fit. My trainer was so impressed, she immediately ordered a second bridle for a new horse at the barn. Note that when you mix sizing, it can cost up to $1o more.

Pure Harmony Equine Apparel is the exclusive dealer in the US of White Medallion Italian leather. Lisa even visited the leather factory to make sure the facility and the product was up to her standards. This level of care and pride in her store is a reflection of the quality tack and customer service you will receive. In fact, prior to receiving the bridle, I also received a leather show halter for Hamster. After it arrived and we put it on him, I thought that it would be better in the smaller Cob size. I messaged Lisa, with pictures, and she agreed. The exchange was easy and fast.

Before I sent the Horse sized Fancy Stitch and Padded halter back, we borrowed a larger horse, Aracino, and snapped this picture below. Like the bridles, the halters come in numerous styles, leather and hardware colors and even price points. This particular halter is priced at $135, but the Standard halter is almost half that price if you are not in the market for a show halter.

Aracino in the Fancy Stitched Halter from Pure Harmony Equine Apparel
PC: Jennifer Blades Photography

I am so pleased to have met Lisa, and to have learned more about the various products she provides through Pure Harmony Equine Apparel. It is nice to know that quality tack and equipment does not have to break the bank.

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