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Bitless bridles are gaining popularity in step with the trend toward natural horsemanship and gentler methods of handling animals. Bitless Bridle includes an informative scientific chapter on how the bit may affect the horse and a comparison of various bitless bridles. For anyone who is interested in trying bitless tack without investing a lot of money, this book provides the answers. There are detailed guidelines on the correct material for a bitless bridle as well as the tools and techniques that are involved with creating your own bridle. Preston clearly demonstrates each type of bridle, from the bosal to a halter or neck loop. Easily experiment with several styles of bridles until you find the type that suits you and your horse. Preston shows the reader how to create a variety of reliable, custom fit bitless bridles in the colors and weights that you choose, along with instructions on using them. The book concludes with an informative training section on working your horse bitless. For those who may be considering going bitless with either their older horse that is already trained to the bit, or a young horse just starting training, this section will enable them to make informed decisions on how to go forward.Biografía del autor:
Lisa Preston has been making and using her own bitless tack for many years. Training and experience in mountain climbing and rescue work gave her facility with rope, webbing, and knots. Experience on long range trail rides convinced her of the benefits of riding bitless. While primarily a backcountry pleasure rider, she enjoys working cattle from horseback and has competed in endurance, dressage, jumping, and eventing. Currently she keeps in shape by competing in Ride and Tie, a back country trail race that combines running and riding, covering distances of 20-35 miles. She is a Life member of the U.S. Equestrian Federation, the U.S. Eventing Association, the U.S. Dressage Federation, and the Ride and Tie Association. Lisa holds a certificate in Equine Nutrition from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, as well as a Master of Science in Management, a Bachelor of Arts in Languages, a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Education, and an Associate of Applied Science in Paramedicine.
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