Royal King Bitless Training Bridle w/Reins

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Royal King Bitless Training Bridle w/Reins
This training bosal was designed to to fit snuggly on the horse’s nose and cup the jaw for quick engagement and release. Great for teaching collection, bending and stopping. The rawhide nose applies pressure to help when bending and turning, while the metal chin helps with collection and stopping. Cord split reins are comfortable in your hands when training and working your horse. Designed to work with light contact, not for heavy hands.

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Mary H on Jun 25, 2015
I like this type of tack.
SHERRI Q on Dec 2, 2013
first time to use one like this .i'll try anything once.let you know how it went later.
robyn c on Nov 9, 2014
I have a hot arab that I have yet to ride as she can be difficult.She snapped her thick halter like it was string.She was in a severe bit when I bought her ,We are bonding now and need to get her restarted.I remembered from years ago about Dr Cooks Bitless bridle.For right now I just want a temporary one to see if I can handle her in it .Suggestions?
A shopper on Apr 9, 2015
Best Answer: I have a green broke quarter horse and put him in this training hackamore used it like your supposed to rember light hand and the bump method this should work real good for you. My horse doesn't shake his head like he was doing in a bit. I hope I have answered your questions for you.
Reply · Report · Alburn F on Apr 10, 2015
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have a draft x paint and need bitless bridle big enough, what bitless bridles will fit a draft horse?
Marnie on Mar 15, 2015
Best Answer: Most likely not this one unless the horse has a smaller type nose. I'd go with a regular side pull or maybe even some sort of hack. I love this bridle but it's not very "forgiving". I like to use the Jim Warner hack on ones with a wider based face. Hope it helps ya out!
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Can this be used as a side pull? I need to develope flexion.
Mary N on Aug 8, 2014
Best Answer: Enter an answer to this question. I would not use this hackamore for this purpose. It has a strong metal bar that fits unde the chin and applys pressure in this area rather than the sides like a true sidepull.
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How long are the reins in this training hackamore set?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2015
Best Answer: Oh at least 5-6 feet long...very long.
Reply · Report · Kansas C on Dec 28, 2015
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