Its interesting how if you focus on something long and hard enough things really start to happen.
As my passion is to help the world be a better place for horses through education and equipment - I've started instructing again.
This time its to do Bitless Riding workshops - where people who haven't delved deep into natural horsemanship, or who would like to know so much more about bitless can participate.
Our first workshop was a practice run so we kept it small - we being myself and fellow passionate bitless instructors Scilla and Melissa.
The next one will be on May 29th at Equus Euestrian Centre, Sandford, Tasmania then the plan is to have one in June in the north of the State.
In the meantime, Agfest (Tasmania's biggest rural expo attracting over 70,000 people) is having an Equestrian Expo this year so of course I'll be there and am scheduled to do a Bitless Riding Demo at 10am and 3pm daily. It's on the 6th, 7th and 8th of May so if you live in Tassie, it will be a good time to check out Agfest again.
In my demos I'll be showing how to select, fit and use a bitless bridle for a horse that hasn't been educated to bitless while Joylene will rider her lovely coloured stallion, Anawa, to show some more advanced moves.
I look forward to seeing you there!
I'm pleased to announce that the deluxe biothane bitless nosebands are now available in pony size to fit ponies from 14hh down to 11hh (or measuring 46-56cm/18-22" around the nose 3 fingers below the cheekbones). They come in black or dark brown with stainless steel fittings and you can purchase one from the online shop at the special introductory price of $59.
For those who love leather - you will need to be patient! I hope to have these in early June.
Hi, I'm Cynthia Cooper - inventor of the LightRider Bitless Bridle.
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