Any one ever use a bitless bridle? I was concidering getting one for Dumas because he is so hard to bridle with a bit. I'd appreciate any links too. I'm not very good at internet shopping... :roll: I get distracted easily...lol.. OOooOo Shiney things :P ....attention span of a gnat i guess :lol:
I have never herd of them, but i did find one on ebay:
Here is the same thing in black:
Good luck!! :) :) :) :)
This is a new one from Dover Saddlery, Can be used as a bridle, bitless bridle (2 different ways of having the bitless bridle) halter and lunge caveson.
I think it's pretty cool
Dr. Cook's bitless bridle is AWESOME! :D A few horses @ my barn go bitless- they are really nice bridles. :)
my only concern is: are they legal for showing :?:
Wow.. thaks guys! 8)
Appy I really like that one from dover.
I don't show so it doesn't matter to me if they are legal or not. ( I don't think they are btw)
Does anyone have any experience with them? It would totally suck if I spent the dough on one and the horse hated it....although he hates the bit anyways so... what the heck right?
I think the one from Dover is pretty cool.
If you click the link, you could get the information supplied in the dover catalog. :)
Thanks Appy!* :wink:* You are one sharp cookie...seems like you are always on the ball!*
Though i just get bored at work and look through horse magazines imagining i had money come out of wazoo and could buy anything i want. A girl can dream right?
How do you think these would work with neck reining?
I have never used a bitless bridle before.
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