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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 […]

New LightRider Bitless Bridle Chinstrap Cover

LightRider Chinstrap Cover

I’m always working towards improving the LightRider products and a chinstrap cover is the latest update. This neoprene cover helps keep the buckle more secure, and your horse even more comfortable. You can use it with the smooth or textured side facing out, and it’s weight assists the chinstrap to release and return to neutral (when light reins are also used). Neoprene was chosen […]

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 […]

Using the LightRider Bitless Bridle with or without chinstrap

LightRider bridles are a sidepull style of bitless, either with chinstrap action or no chinstrap action. So what’s the difference and how do you use it either way? With the chinstrap in action, the reins are clipped only onto the chinstrap rings so it moves through the noseband rings. This allows the noseband to be adjusted looser for more […]

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 […]

Bitless Bridles – What’s the Difference?

Until a few years ago there used to be very few choices if you wanted to ride without a bit in your horse’s mouth. The Star Hackamore was an old favourite style of bitless bridle. There was the western style bosal, the mechanical hackamore or the rope halter, mostly used by western riders, showjumpers and […]

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