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Bridle Hooks For Sale

The term "bridle hook" is a bit generic, but in general it means a hook (usually plastic or metal) on which to hang, bridles, halters, or other pieces of tack or equipment. Many bridle hooks provide a wide surface to hang your bridle on to help the bridle's crown hold its shape. Please scroll down the page, beneath the items for sale, for a short article on good things to know before buying a bridle hook.

Below: A metal bridle hook on a stall door.

Bridle hook

Below are bridle hooks for sale on Amazon and eBay.

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Bridle Hooks - Good Things To Know Before You Buy

What is the bridle hook made of? Some of them are plastic, metal, made from horse shoes, etc. Plastic bridle hooks can be light weight and colorful, while ones made of metal or horse shoes can add a more rustic look to your barn or stable.

Below: A bridle hook holding a halter and lead rope

Metal bridle hook


How wide is the surface the crown of the bridle will rest on when it's hanging on the hook? Some bridle hooks have a narrow resting surface for the bridle. While this is fine for short-term use, hanging a bridle on a narrow hook for a long period of time can sometimes misshape the crown of the bridle. If you're going to hang a bridle or halter on the hook for long periods of time between use, consider one with a wider surface.

Below: A narrow bridle hook.

Bridle hook made out of horse shoes

How does the bridle hook attach to the wall? Some bridle hooks simply hook or hang over something like a stall or fence, while others require permanent hanging with screws. If the bridle hook you like requires screws to mount it, are the screws included (hint: usually not)?


This is a portable bridle hook. The "U" shaped part is for hanging bridles, halters, ropes, etc., while the square-shaped part is for simple hanging: just hang the bridle hook over a board or something similar. No screws, etc. required (see the next photo).

Portable bridle hook


The same portable bridle hook as shown above, hooked over a board. This type of bridle hook is inexpensive and easy to move and rearrange.

Bridle hook on a board


This is a bridle rack instead of a single bridle hook. Depending on your needs, and how much room you have in any given area, most barns or stables find it handy to have a combination of bridle racks and bridle hooks.

Numerous bridle hooks

Save The Bridle Hook For Later

If you find a bridle hook you like on Amazon but you're not ready to purchase it right away, you can always add it to your shopping cart so it will be easy to find later.

Important: Putting an item in your Amazon shopping cart or "Save for later" list does NOT reserve the item! It just makes it easier to find if it's still in stock when you come back.

Below: Screenshot image showing the "delete" and "Save for later" links when an item is in the Amazon shopping cart.

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