Alright, so this is my 3rd post about my Dr. Cook bridle but oh well....y'all can deal, bridles and saddle pads are sort of my obsession (right next to splint boots and reins) so I feel like it gives me room to post.
First off, I can't say much until the bridle is physically in my hands (and on my horse...) but so far, Dr. Cook's customer service has been flawless. They've responded to my Facebook messages within minutes, answered all of my crazy questions, they've kept me up to date with everything going on, and today I get an email with a tracking number saying that they sent it priority mail (AKA getting it in 2 days or less.) and last time I ordered any tack...it took like a week. Also, they gave me $50 in insurance, so if anything breaks and etc, I have plenty of money to fix everything necessary. I can't wait to get it. I'm planning on riding as soon as I get it in the mail, so probably Friday or Saturday if the rain holds off. Mom wants to try it on Spirit after reading the reviews on how much it helped antsy horses that like to be giraffe's, flip their heads, etc etc etc.
And I'm shamelessly looking for new reins and browbands for it..........So many pretty things.