THE NEW CPR BRIDLE (Crest Pressure Relief)
Laser Equestrian Products introduces the new CPR Bridle (Crest Pressure Relief). This bridle is unique to the industry as the crownpiece and noseband is one unit. The crownpiece has a “gullet” to eliminate pressure on the horse’s crest and the bit carrier fits into a channel over the crownpiece. The wide noseband is heavily padded for maximum comfort and the cheeks of the noseband are set back and contoured to keep them away from the horse’s eye and infraorbital nerve. The flash attachment which is integrated into the noseband itself and completely removable, is contoured to allow it to lie flat and avoid pressure created when it tips to follow the sloping line to the back of the jaw. Snaffle bridles can convert to double bridles by removing the flash and changing out the cheek pieces.
Snaffle Bridle | Price: $389 / $410 with custom trim
Basic Black | Does not include reins or brow band.
Weymouth Upgrade Kit | Price: $130
Includes cheek pieces and curb reins.
THE NEW LASER DX OFFSET DRESSAGE GIRTH
For a long time we have been dismayed that the offset dressage girths as a genre, create extreme pressure at the back edge, while having virtually no contact at the front. We, at LASER have taken a new approach to the problem by crossing the webs over to equalize the pressure and create greater stability, thus making the horse significantly more comfortable. These girths are equipped with our usual elastic inserts to facilitate the expansion of the horse’s chest as he breathes
Girth with 2 sets of removable sheepskin liners | $368
Girth without sheepskin liners | $252
CONTOURED PADDED GIRTHS
The Laser dressage girths are softly and thickly padded and contoured to allow movement of the horses elbows. The girths come in Black and range in size from 22" to 34". Double stainless steel roller buckles are on each end with triple layer elastic. The padded leather continues underneath the buckles for the ultimate comfort.
THE LASER WOOL RIDING SKIRT (Quarter Sheet)
The beautiful wool riding skirt doubles as a quarter sheet. Both elegant and practical, the skirt can be worn by the rider before riding, during the warm-up, and hacking out or trail ride. The quarter sheet covers the back of the horse to the top of the tail and can be whisked off without having to dismount. The skirt is wrapped around the outside of the rider’s jacket and is attached with Velcro. Available in heavy or lightweight wool. Colors: Black, Navy, Hunter Green, Dark Grey, Burgundy or Tan (light weight only).
Embroidery available with breed logo or riders initials. Block print or script in any color.
Price: $20 extra
CONTOURED EMBROIDERED SADDLE COVER
Every saddle comes with a special Laser saddle cover. Each cover is embroidered with the Laser logo. The fabric is a light weight weather proof fabric and is contoured made specifically for the Laser line of saddlery.
The saddle covers have slots on both sides for the stirrup leathers and billets, so they don't have to be folded under. Elastic front and generously styled back gusset helps to avoid panel compression.
Extra Cover | Price: $45.00
The unique Training Rein was designed to help the amateur rider overcome the resistance of a horse that is built upside down with a hollow back and a “ewe” neck.
These reins are a cross between side reins and a German martingale. The fact that they are designed to be attached to the girth or billets at the bottom of the flaps of the saddle, allows the rider to take full advantage of the sliding effect of the rein, without the risk of shortening the horse’s neck, as so often happens with regular draw reins. This enables the horse to stretch over his top line and learn to look for the bit, thus developing correct musculature and creating the habit of working over his back.
The reins have a wide range of adjustment and can also be completely detached at the snap on each end, without dismounting, when the horse is going comfortably, thus allowing him to be “weaned” gradually from them.
They should be adjusted so that there is approximately a four inch loop in the rider’s rein, when the horse has his head too high with his nose stuck out and there is a light contact with the snaffle rein. This creates a running rein effect, which will be alleviated as soon as he accepts the correct contact and yields to the pressure from the bit. At this moment the training reins will go slack and the rider will feel a direct, soft contact through the rein with the horse’s mouth.
The rider has complete control over the action of this training aid, without the complication and bulk of using a separate draw rein and it is totally unrestrictive.