Soon LightRider bitless bridles will be available in the Netherlands and Europe. Sarah, (pictured below) will be stocking them and selling via her new website which is almost ready. In the meantime, she's using the bridles and bitless noseband on her beautiful Orient who is featuring in the 'Horses and Hunk' calendar she helps to produce.
Keep an eye on your inbox for when the Netherlands store is open (make sure you have subscribed in the right column on this page), and in the meantime, if you want to check out the biggest range of LightRider Bridles visit our store that ships worldwide here.
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Horses that dive their heads into grass when you have other ideas, can be frustrating to say the least.
Sandra Popemma is a positive trainer who has outlined key steps to train your horse to ignore grass, and only eat when you give permission.
Of course, it pays to ensure your horse has had some food (lucerne/alfafa is good for its neutralising effect) before going out for a ride or training session as that will help stop acid from sloshing around in your horse's gut, causing pain and the need to eat!
Even a good pick on some green grass beforehand will help, and so here's how to manage that in a positive and effective way.
How To Teach Your Horse To Ignore Grass.
"This photo is of our 'standie' mare wearing her new LightRider Performer bridle for the first time. I really wish I had made the investment months ago rather than wasting money on 'off the shelf' bitless bridles. This one is fantastic and to me (a non horsey person) and my eldest daughter it fits very well. The quality and feel of the bridle is fantastic, as was your service." Liz.
Hi, I'm Cynthia Cooper - inventor of the LightRider Bitless Bridle.
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