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Frankiee 06-29-2010 06:30 PM

nurtural bitless bridle VS bridle
 
I personnaly use a nurtural bitlesse bridle and love it!! I would never go back to a bit but thats my opinion. I would love to hear about other opinion concerning the bitlesse!

http://dancanit.com/JTHORSE/jthorses...logo-rev.1.jpg VS http://www.saddleworldmaddington.com...e9271WENEW.jpg

x Branded Heart x 06-30-2010 01:31 PM

I've tried bitless before and I didn't like it because the loops were too heavy and would not release the rein as soon as I loosened up.
That being said, I do like the idea, I just didn't like the design of the one I used. But I have nothing against a nice soft bit, used with soft hands!

equiniphile 06-30-2010 02:34 PM

I've never gone bitless besides riding my gelding around in a halter. Bits work just fine for both of us, and give me that extra security knowing that if something did happen, I have a bit in their mouth to control them.

Beau Baby 06-30-2010 07:58 PM

yes i agree with branded heart. I had one and the reins didn't loosen up like i would have liked them too. plus my horse didn't respond to the bitless at all. he has a sensitive mouth so a bit is kinda iffy to but when we had the bitless in he ignored it {i had the nurtural one too}

SPhorsemanship 08-08-2010 07:02 PM

I think bitless bridles fine. I have nothing against them and they are really good for some horses. I like having a bit, especially because I do dressage, I think it gives better communication. BTW, I think you would get more answers if you made a thread in the horse training>natural horsemanship section or in the training section. :-)


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