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I look at it much the same as I look at bridleless riding; it's a byproduct of good "regular" training, and most horses with a solid foundation and respect for the handler (as in, the rider/handler is the "herd leader") will follow without a line.
^ This.

All our training should be working toward having the lightest possible cues = body language. So when our training has done it's job, then we should be able to take away the equipment and still get the result. Bridleless, halterless, leadless, whatever. They are all results of good training; Not necessarily something you train for.
 
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