- I’ve decided I’m going BITLESS – now what?
- About the Nurtural Bitless Bridle
- Will My Horse Stop in a Bitless?
- Will My Horse Collect?
- How Long to Re-Train for Bitless?
- Can You Ride Cross-Country Bitless?
- How Our Bitless Bridle Works?
- What Can You Do In a Bitless Bridle?
- Good For Training Young Horses?
- How About Teaching Children in the Nurtural?
- Can You Drive In The Nurtural?
- Transition From Bit
- What Makes Nurtural Unique?
- Why Nurtural is Better
- Compared to Other Bridles
- Properly Fitting the Nurtural
- How Do I Measure My Horse
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Join our mailing list and receive the free “Nurtural Bitless Bridle Testimonials”. You'll discover what regular folks are saying about how the Nurtural Bitless Bridle can improve your communication with your horse - without the pain and adversity of a bit!
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.
4 year old OTTB - taken off the track, adopted for eventing but returned due to his severe bit evasion. Kathleen has rescued him and sees great potential BUT her trainer insists on a running martingale to protect Kathleen from being bopped in the face from King throwing his head! So Kathleen took to the internet to research options. The one that makes the most sense to her is the Nurtural. This is their before and after video.
A short video showing one lady's experience of how her horse acts when she puts her bitted bridle on him compared to how he acts when confronted with the Nurtural. Bonus footage of his behaviour in both the bitted bridle and the Nurtural Bitless Bridle.
Why the Nurtural is betterMore
- 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
In the NEWSMore
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