Ever wondered if going bitless would improve your horses way of going and comfort?
From a welfare point of view removing the bit is surely a kinder way to ride. If you are about to break a beautiful new youngster why on earth would you want to start him off by putting a rigid piece of metal in his mouth. Surely you would want to start him the natural way!
Bitless bridles have cured so many issues in bitted horses. Thay are absolutely worth a try.
What a bitless bridle achieves:
How do they work?
A bitless bridle has no bit, so removes pressure from the horse's mouth, instead places even pressure over different parts of the head. It applies non painful pressure on the poll, cheeks and nose. Control is no longer the result of painful mouth pressure.
If you are concerned that your horse will be too strong for a bitless bridle, then don't be! Bitless allows as much control as a bit but in a natural kinder way.