What Do The Sizes Mean on Our Size Charts?
But what exactly do we mean when we say Mini A or Small Pony or Cob?
These descriptions are for REFERENCE ONLY!! Because the fabric stretches a lot, some size ranges can overlap. However, that still means you have to measure your equine to get a proper fit.
Mini A – This means any mini horse that is under 34″ tall at the last mane hair. Size: Mini Medium (up to 33″)
Mini B – This means any mini horse that is over 34″ and as tall as 38″ at the last mane hair. Size: Mini Large (33-36″)
Mini C – This means any mini horse that is 37-40″ tall. This size also works for the very stocky 34-38″ tall minis. Size: Mini X-Large (over 36″)
Small Pony – This means any pony that is 40-44″ tall at the withers. This size is also typically the correct size for Shetland Ponies that measure bigger than the mini horse measurements. Size: Weanling and X-Small.
Pony – This is the size for those in-betweener-sized ponies. Too big for the small pony parts and too small for the horse size. This size is also a great one for those super stocky 44″ tall ponies. This size is for the 44-50″ pony. This will work for the taller more refined ponies as well. Size: Small
Cob – This is the size that some Quarter Horses and many Arabs fit into. Many of the Welsh Cobs and POAs will also need this size. Cobs often have shorter, smaller faces, so the cob-size bridles will fit this short face very nicely. Size: Medium
Horse – This is the standard horse size. Lots and lots of different breed horses and mules fall into this category. But remember, measuring is the BEST way to know what size you will need. Size: Large and X-Large
Large Horse – Lots of warmbloods fall into this category. Horses that are a mixture of a horse breed and a draft horse breed will often need this size. Size: XX-Large
Draft Horse – Self explanatory!! Size: XXX-Large