The Natural bitless horse bridle is one of the best bitless bridle out there and a close competitor of Dr Cooks bitless bridle.
It offers good value for the money.
Nurtural Bitless Bridle Reviews
Customer 1: I purchased 3 leather Nurtural bitless bridles – two English style for my Welsh cross and Morgan, and one Western style for my APHA. I bought all three of them from Nurtural eBay site.
My Morgan loved the Nurtural bridle, and handled the change quite more than expected. Before this, I had tested the world of bitless by trying a soft leather side-pull, but this did not just give me enough control if he would put his head down to grab grass on the trails.
Once I got sure that my horse can handle it. I decided to order the Nurtural bitless bridle (had ridden another horse in a Dr. Cook thrice and didn’t enjoy it), and I am So happy I did.
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There lots of things to like about the company that makes them and they include:
Industry leading customer service
Awesome selection of materials and styles (Big fan of leather, but a lot of people love the synthetic ones for lower cost and ease of care).
Horses are happier in them (based on experience).
PS: I am a horse trainer and this Nurtural bitless bridle reviews is based on my experience. Additionally, I have now put a large number of my students into the Nurtural bridle – the results have been really good and only a few ever complained.
As I made my switch from Dr Cooks bitless bridle, I discovered that my horses are softer, lighter, les worried, more responsive, stop better and actually carry themselves better in the Nurtural horse bitless bridle.
The cons I experienced are but only a few.
The cheek pieces gap away from the horse’s head as you pull on the reins. This however affects the function of this bridle in no way, but it is not beautiful looking as a bitted bridle. I know this I simply how this bridle type is designed to work and there is nothing the brand can do about it.
High quality materials and excellent construction.
With proper care, the Nurtural will last a lifetime.
Avoid doing too much too soon. Instead, do a bit of work on the ground to get the horse used to the feel of the bridle mechanics. Some horses are sensitive and will easily become upset or frightened by anything that feels different, but once they get used to it, they become fine. That said, I’m of a big opinion that there is not “one size fits all” with horses, so there may be instances where this product won’t work for a particular horse. So far, I have not seen one yet, and I highly, really recommend the Nurtural Bitless bridle. They’re far better than the Dr. Cook and seem to be made much better.