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Bitless bridles

Riding bitless is more and more popular. Bitless bridles are, for example, the Sidepull, the Micklem from Horseware or the Hackamore, which belongs only to experienced rider slopes.

QHP
Bitless bridle Sunna in black
€89,95
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Waldhausen
Bridle Star Bitless in black
€54,95
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Horseware
Rambo Micklem Comp Bridle in black
€115,89
statt 159,95
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Waldhausen
Bridle Star Bitless Two in black
€54,95
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Waldhausen
Bridle Star Bitless Two in brown
€54,95
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Horseware
Micklem Rambo Multi in black
€125,90
statt 179,95
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Waldhausen
Hackamore X-Line bridle in black
€94,95
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Waldhausen
Hackamore X-Line bridle in brown
€94,95
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BR
Lydney bridle in black/silver
€169,96
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BR
Lydney bridle in Oak/Silver
€169,96
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BR
Lewes bridle in Oak/Silver
€189,95
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Waldhausen
Bitless bridle LTJ Lindel in black
€89,95
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Waldhausen
Bitless bridle LTJ Lindel in brown
€89,95
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QHP
Bitless bridle Ceto in brown
€79,94
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QHP
Bitless bridle Ceto in black
€79,94
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QHP
Bitless bridle Sunna in brown
€89,95
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Schockemöhle Sports
Bitless bridle Equitus Theta in black/silver
€279,95
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Waldhausen
Hackamore, short suits in black
€47,95
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Sprenger
Hackamore with curb chain and stainless steel sides
€83,90
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Waldhausen
Linda Tellington-Jones neck ring
€26,95
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Kavalkade
KavalBit Hackamore
€95,90
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Waldhausen
Hackamore side panels, pair
€29,95
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Waldhausen
Snaffle bit X-Line in black
€89,95
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Which bitless bridle should I use?

At the beginning it should be said that riding bitless does not mean riding more gently. Even with bitless bridles and a strong hand, damage can be done to the horse. In particular, bridles that put pressure on the bridge of the nose (such as hackamore or wheel of fortune) should only be used by experienced riders. With a bitless bridle (provided it is used correctly), however, you can easily control whether you are actually riding independently of the reins. If you are just starting to ride your horse bitless, you will find some information on the different species here.

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The side pull - a good start

The sidepull is a good introduction to bitless riding. It works on the horse's nose and is well suited for aids pointing sideways. However, if your horse cannot be slowed down simply by weight aids, then the sidepull is of little help. The sidepull is one possibility Horseware Use Micklem Multibridle.

The Bitless Bridle

The most striking feature of the Bitless Bridle is the crossed throat strap to which the reins are attached. When you take the left rein, pressure is exerted on the right side of the horse's head and the other way around on the right. In addition, this bitless bridle affects the chin and jaw, ganache, bridge of the nose and neck. The bitless bridle should also be used with caution. Because it can happen that the throat straps tighten and the pressure does not decrease immediately when you give in the reins. By the way, you can also buckle up the Micklem Multibridle as a bitless bridle.

The wheel of fortune or LG bridle

The wheel of fortune can be seen as a preliminary stage of the mechanical hackamore. Pressure is applied to the chin, bridge of the nose and neck. Depending on which section of the bike you strap the reins into, it looks more or less sharp. So start with the section directly under the cheek strap if you haven't ridden the wheel of fortune before. Because the more the wheel of fortune turns when the reins are on, the stronger it is.

The mechanical Hackamore

Many also know the mechanical hackamore as a bitless curb. But it also comes in mini, leg or flower form. A hackamore works through the levers (thighs) on the chin, bridge of the nose and neck. It only belongs in experienced rider hands, is ridden with one hand and with sagging reins. The shorter the suits, the lower the leverage but also the more direct. Directional help is hardly possible, as the Hackamore can tilt if one-sided rein pressure is applied. Here, neck reining (the one-sided application of the reins to the horse's neck) as well as weight and leg aids are "steered". So if you are not yet able to ride your horse independently of the reins, the Hackamore is not the right choice for you. You can see some riders riding the Hackamore with the reins in place. This is not the intended type and requires a lot of feeling and a very sensitive rider's hand.

Bitless riding - a self-control

No matter which bitless bridle you choose (all have advantages and disadvantages), it is always a self-control. You can see very quickly whether you can ride your horse over your seat and legs and independently of the reins. You can also see your horse's level of training: does it react to weight aids and your thighs? Does it bend correctly and run down your back? Find the appropriate help in the form of an experienced bitless rider or riding instructor if you are a beginner in the field to use the selected bitless bridle correctly.