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I schooled Cristallo in his bitless bridle before the Nations Cup yesterday. He is so much happier.
I can finally enjoy long gallops on Beamer, and now I can stop faster than with a bit.
I love the way Super Sport carries himself when I use the Nurtural Bitless Bridle.
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River Meadow Stallions Choose the Nurtural Bitless Bridle
River Meadow Stallions chose the Nurtural Bitless to convert and show their stallions at the Horse World Expo in Pennsylvania, February 2011. Enjoy this video of Oliver -- the famous model for the Breyer Shire -- on his first day Nurtural.
Stallion’s First Bitless Ride
This video shows Stephanie Smith riding 11 year old Canadian Grand Champion Morgan Stallion "P.R.'s A Promise Kept". "Promise" had always been ridden in a bit. His owner, Doug, rode him around the Spirit of the Horse Ring in a bit, then got off, removed the bit and turned him over to 15 year-old Stephanie. Steph put on the Nurtural Bitless Bridle and soon had Promise doing circles and halts and performing as if he had been ridden bitless for years.
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Why our bridle is better
- Sends more signals
- Sends more consistent signals
- Maximizes directional control
- Does not pinch or twist
- Horse backs out of noseband
- Rein position improves bending
- Provide consistent poll pressure
- Noseband does not slip
- Reinstraps are easy to adjust