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Riding without a bit - The gentle art of sensitive riding - cover

Riding without a bit - The gentle art of sensitive riding

Josepha Guillaume

Publisher: Cadmos Publishing

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This book thoroughly covers with all aspects of bitless bridles in general and specifically with bitless riding. The author focuses on giving the reader a general overview of the range of bitless bridles available and the purpose and function of each of these. The main part of the book however deals with the subject of riding without a bit including an extensive discussion of many of the preconceptions surrounding bitless riding. Individual exercises are explained in detail with reference to both the biomechanics of riding and classical riding methods, clearly setting out the advantages of riding with a bit. This book is an all-round guide for anyone wanting to find out more about the subject of bitless riding.

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