Bitless Indian Bridle, Indian Bosal, Indian Hackamore

It is a simple design, consisting only of yacht rope just like the rope halters. The ropes criss-cross beneath the horses jaw and are guided through rings, and your direct rein tells the horse in which direction to go.

The only drawback to it is that the release is rather slow, and lateral movements are harder to get.

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A metal bit is an invasive foreign body in a sensitive body cavity. It inflicts pain, and obstructs breathing. It is the final link in the long and potentially severe line of communication with the rider’s hands and the horse’s mouth. It must be handled with the delicacy and finesse of a neurosurgeon if it is not to become an instrument of torture and a liability. — 2007, Dr. Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD


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