Of the I-have-a-use-for-them bridles, both Izzy and Speedy have two. Izzy has two standard snaffle bridles, each with a bit with a different purpose. Speedy has a dressage bridle and a rope riding halter, both of which get used regularly. He also has an endurance bridle, which hasn't been on him in several years, but I keep it as a trail bridle option.
That still doesn't answer the question of how many sets of reins I own or need. So again, how many sets of reins are there? You'll have to be more specific. I now have the previously stipulated 5 sets of reins at the barn. That seems more than reasonable. Unfortunately, I actually own far more sets of reins than I can count on one hand. Or even two hands. And I might be dangerously close to needing three hands.
So how many sets of reins do I really need? A lot fewer than currently reside in my house. I am serious about needing to part with most of them.
Help a girl out, won't you?