bitless

bitless

(ˈbɪtlɪs)
adj
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) without a (horse's) bit
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He can now been spoken of in the same hushed tones as Fred Winter, who steered Kilmore to Aintree success in 1962 before the bitless glory of Mandarin at Auteuil.
Caroline will have a stand at the event for her company, Urban Horse, which specialises in products for natural horsemanship, and provides equipment suitable for barefoot and bitless horses as well as a range of products for any horse and rider.
Thus spotted horses signify polygamy and "'bitless masculinity'" whereas "domesticated men [are] useful plug horses that ...
"It's the same in either field, really, as you can only rush forward once you understand the core ideas," says the inventor of the Nurtural Bitless Bridle.
hackamore--A bitless bridle used in the West for training horses.
An avid horsewoman, Brooks also developed a "better bitless bridle" for horses; visit www.nurturalhorse.com.
Bitless Bridle UK will demonstrate treeless saddle fitting and bitless bridle fitting.
They stole a range of riding equipment including saddles, bridles including a hackamore bitless bridle, horse blankets, head collars, leading ropes and girths for the saddles.
The horse, symbolic of the "bitless masculinity" (931) that Houston relinquishes when he marries Lucy, should logically return Houston to that "bitless" state after it eliminates her.
Surrey are an awesome side with some fantastic cricketers, of which he is one, but perhaps having been there all his career so far, he just needs to come to a different club; one with a slightly lower profile where he will be under a little bitless pressure and he could just work on getting every last ounce out of his ability.