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The Listenology Guide to Bitless Bridles for Horses - How to choose your first Bitless Bridle for your horse or pony | Perfect for Western & English horse training
The Listenology Guide to Bitless Bridles for Horses - How to choose your first Bitless Bridle for your horse or pony | Perfect for Western & English horse training
The Listenology Guide to Bitless Bridles for Horses - How to choose your first Bitless Bridle for your horse or pony | Perfect for Western & English horse training
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The Listenology Guide to Bitless Bridles for Horses - How to choose your first Bitless Bridle for your horse or pony | Perfect for Western & English horse training

Автор Elaine Heney

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Ready to start riding bitless, but not sure where to start? What bitless bridle would work best for your horse? So you need a crossover, cross under, side pull, bosal & mecate, halter or hackamore? This book will show you the pros & cons of all the popular bridle styles, and help you get one step closer to riding bitless with your horse. In this book you'll discover:

  • Are horses really happier ridden without a bitless? We asked over 800 international horse riders to find out.
  • The main types of bitless bridles available, pros and cons of each design & how to choose the most suitable style for your horse.
  • The #1 thing successful bitless riders do BEFORE their first ride in a new bitless bridle.

Skip the stress and enjoy this much loved bitless bridle book, to help you reach your riding goals this year. Elaine Heney is the #1 best-selling author, award-winning film-maker, director of Grey Pony Films, and creator of the 'Listening to the Horse™' documentary. She has helped over 120,000+ horse owners in 113 countries to create inspiring relationships with their horses.

ЯзыкEnglish
ИздательElaine Heney
Дата выпуска3 апр. 2022 г.
ISBN9798201263409
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    The Listenology Guide to Bitless Bridles for Horses - How to choose your first Bitless Bridle for your horse or pony | Perfect for Western & English horse training - Elaine Heney

    The Listenology Guide

    to Bitless Bridles

    Other books by Elaine Heney

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    Equine Listenology Workbook

    Equine Listenology Diary

    Ozzie, the Story of a Young Horse

    Conversations with the Horse

    Horse Anatomy Colouring Book

    Trail Riding Training Journal

    Books for kids

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    The Listenology Guide

    to Bitless Bridles

    ––––––––

    By ELAINE HENEY

    GREY PONY FILMS

    Ireland.

    Copyright: Elaine Heney & Grey Pony Films

    www.greyponyfilms.com

    Copyright © 2022 by Elaine Heney

    All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the publisher.

    Published by Grey Pony Films

    www.greyponyfilms.com.

    About Elaine Heney

    Elaine Heney is an Irish horsewoman, film producer at Grey Pony Films, #1 best-selling author, and director of the award-winning 'Listening to the Horse™' documentary. She has helped over 120,000+ horse owners in 113 countries to create awesome relationships with their horses. Elaine's mission is to make the world a better place for the horse. She lives in Ireland with her horses Ozzie & Matilda.

    Enjoy all Elaine’s books:

    www.writtenbyelaine.com

    Online horse training courses

    Discover our series of world renowned online groundwork,

    riding & training programs. Visit Grey Pony Films & learn more:

    www.greyponyfilms.com

    ––––––––

    Table of contents

    Introduction to bitless bridles

    Rope halters in New Zealand

    Ozzie the Connemara goes bitless

    What do the horses think?

    10 Reasons to go bitless

    Benefits of a bitless bridle

    Bitless bridle styles

    Choosing the right bitless bridle

    Bitless bridle checklist

    #1 Bitless bridle for advanced riding

    Global bitless bridle issues

    Common bitless bridles issues

    Groundwork is critical

    Groundwork exercises

    Changing your riding cues

    Types of bitless bridles - Rope halter

    Types of bitless bridles - Sidepull

    Types of bitless bridles - Cross-under and cross-over

    Types of bitless bridles - Hackamore (Jacuima)

    Types of bitless bridles - Mechanical hackamore

    Bitless bridle problems to avoid

    Benefits of using a rope halter

    Benefits of using a hackamore

    12 reasons people use a bosal & mecate

    Should you try riding bitless?

    Rope halter success stories

    Bitless bridle success stories

    Hackamore success stories

    Final thoughts

    You did it...

    Introduction to bitless bridles

    Choosing to ride bitless can happen from many different events. Perhaps you have a horse who seems unhappy when ridden with a bit. Or you are interested in the California Vaquero tradition. Or perhaps you’ve seen someone riding nicely in a bitless bridle and you’ve got curious.

    Either way, there are lots of options out there to figure out, before you decide if you should try a bitless bridle with your horse, and what one would suit. This guide will cover a lot of useful information and help you make a great decision for you & your horse. Let's get started!

    Rope halters in New Zealand

    I went backpacking to Australia & Zealand in my early twenties. After 2 months of living out of a suitcase, I decided to start looking for a horse job. Up to this point I had not really seen anyone ride bitless, so riding without a bit was not on my radar at all.

    I sent emails to a lot of horse treks in Australia & New Zealand, looking for a job. Mt. Lyford Horse Treks in the South Island in New Zealand, emailed me back with a WWOOFing offer. They needed a trail guide for their business bringing tourists on horseback around the Southern Alps. I would work a few hours every day in exchange for room and board. It sounded perfect!

    I booked a flight from Brisbane and arrived over two days later. I had ridden horses since I was young, and I loved horses a lot. However, some bad experiences when I was a teenager, trying to pass horse exams had made me believe that advanced riding, lateral work and collection were only possible if you sacrificed your horse’s health.

    I had a few lessons where it was suggested that I needed to apply some heavy handed tactics to perform lateral work. And extra bits were suggested too. None of that sat right with me. So I retired from exams & competitions and resigned myself to doing my own thing.

    When I arrived in New Zealand, the horses at the horse treks were beautifully cared for. They lived together in what I can only describe as paradise on the south island. And to my astonishment, all of these horses, from a 12.2 pony to a 17h Clydie cross were ridden in rope halters, all around the mountains. 

    At that stage, I had never seen a rope halter in my life! And I had certainly never considered using a rope halter, with no bit to take out tourists, some of whom had never ridden a horse. Seeing it in real life really blew my mind. Over the three months I was there, all the tourists were safe and happy. All the

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