June 04, 2021 5 min read
The bridle is one of the most important parts of horse equipment and as its the source of direct communication between the rider and the horse when ridden. A range of bridles exist today, where the biggest difference is whether they are bitted or bitless bridles. The English Bitless Bridle comes in a wide range of designs, including the side pull, bitless micklem bridle, cross-under and the hackamore. In the most recent years - many styles of bitless bridles have been designed and the material used for the bridles range from leather, sheepskin, metal, rawhide, ropes, nylon well as webbing.
English Bitless bridles are becoming more and more popular worldwide, and the rules and regulations are also changing. Who knows - will we see bitless dressage riders by year 2030?
Normal Snaffle bit bridles are usually used to train young horses. However bitless bridles can just be as effective, especially when you are trying to train your horse to be soft. We do not recommend mechanical hackamores for young horses as they can make horses numb and cause bad habits, rooting, bucking and rearing (worse case scenariou). Make sure you work with an experienced coach when trying to figure out the best bridle for you and your horse!
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