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Safer Rope Halters and Bitless Bridles

LightRider Break-Away Latigo In Use

Did you know you can have safer rope halters and bitless bridles with a simple breakaway point?  Have you ever thought about what would happen if your horse caught their rope bridle or halter on something solid – like a gate latch, or a hitching rail, or tree branch? Rope bridles and halters without a […]

LightRider Bitless Bridles has a new global brand Ambassador

Monsieur Chapeau, winning a championship at the MEPBG Exmoor Pony Show at Brendon Show (Image: Geoff Baylis)

  Recently the World Bitless Association ran a campaign to find their ‘Champion Bitless Ambassador’. LightRider Bridles were one of the 4 brand sponsors, each also awarding their own brand ambassador from the entries submitted. Exmoor Pony gelding Monsieur Chapeau with owner Dawn Westcott won the LightRider Champion Bitless Ambassador. The pair was also awarded […]

How to Clean Rope Halters and Bitless Bridles

Ckean a rope halter or bitless bridle

The best way to clean your rope bitless bridles or rope halters is actually in the washing machine! You can also use this method to clean most other types of synthetic tack such as biothane or nylon halters, girths, reins and breastplates. All you need are some pillowcases with string ties or mesh bags that you […]

New LightRider Bitless Bridle styles

Announcing a NEW Bitless Noseband! The LightRider Bitless Noseband is our most popular bitless and now comes in a raised noseband style called the Euro Bitless Noseband. Made of english leather and beautifully crafted with stainless steel hardware, this noseband will turn your bridle into a very classy bitless. On sale for the introductory price of $55. Black […]

New Products & Savings

LightRider Bitless Bridles Update The bridle design has recently been changed to strengthen the noseband/cheekpiece join so it can cope with more pressure. Originally, the traditional styled bridles (English, Euro and Stockhorse) were designed to be used for well educated horses who respond to light rein pressure. But with more people changing to bitless, a wider variety of  horses are […]

Choosing the Best Bitless Bridle

by Cynthia Cooper Over the past 5 or 6 years bitless bridles have increased in popularity and so have the number of available styles. Like bits, they can have very different actions and levels of comfort for the horse, so choosing a bitless bridle comes down to knowing how the various designs work and what […]

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