Dr Cook Webbing Bitless Bridle
Ideal to keep as a spare or for training
The nylon webbing version of Dr Cook's Bitless Bridle is easily cleaned (machine washable), extremely durable and virtually unbreakable. This is actually a potential disadvantage if a horse gets loose and you are using webbing reins. A horse that puts its foot through a nylon rein loop may fall and/or seriously damage its leg before being released. All our synthetic reins (and 'safety' rope reins) are fastened together by a leather thong rather than a buckle - in the event of an accident, the reins will break at this weak link.
As the pressure from the Dr Cook Bitless Bridle is distributed over the whole of the head, the nylon webbing is fine for a thin-skinned horse, as long as the fit is correct and the bridle is kept clean. Remember that accumulations of dirt are responsible for nylon webbing becoming unacceptably stiff, so regular washing is necessary.
Sizes & Measuring instructions - please measure your horse carefully according to the instructions before ordering. It will save you extra postage costs if you order the wrong size!
If possible always choose the noseband with your measurement in the middle of the range, rather than at either end, to allow for fitting adjustments. For example: noseband measurement 21" - choose Medium noseband (19"-23"), rather than Large (20"-25").
Matching Reins are available (you can use any reins with the Bitless Bridle)
NB: Customers in USA please order from www.bitlessbridle.com
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