METAL IN THE MOUTH: The Abusive Effects of Bitted Bridles written by W. Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD & Hiltrud Strasser, Dr. med. vet. PhD., 144 pages, including color images discusses in layman's language the negative effects of the use of a bitted bridle and shows why the new crossover bitless bridle makes riding simpler, safer, and more satisfying. The bit is the cause of over 100 harmful effects. First and foremost, a bit is painful and it frightens a horse. It makes it difficult for a horse to be happy in its work and for a rider to achieve that harmony so essential to a partnership. It also makes it difficult for a horse to breathe, stride, perform, and stay healthy. Learn more about the positive effects of a bitless bridle in this book.
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