That is my point. Bitless and bridleless is the end result of good training. I have said that many times. However starting out in a halter or bitless or bridleless on a horse who has never been trained is not a good idea. You loose the ability to make the horse light and responsive like you will get in a bit. Riding a finished horse bridleless is not hard at all. I do it around here all the time. It is simply the end result of a good finished well trained horse. Nothing more or less.
If all you are talking about is ploding around on a horse bitless that is not a well trained horse. That is nothing but an accident waiting to happen.
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