Mustang Nylon Bitless Bridle w/Reins

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Product Summary:

Bitless Bridle with 9 ft Flat Braided Reins
 
Soft 3/4" braided brushed poly headstall with a 1/2" x 9' flat braided reins.  The bridle applies pressure across the nose to painlessly control your horse.
 
Size: Average Horse (800-1100lbs)
Downloadable Resources
Instructions E001382Instructions E001382
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black E001382 BLK 8152 D 635913027051
Blue E001382 BLU 8152 B 635913038323
Brown E001382 BRN 8152 C 635913027044
Hunter Green E001382 HGR 8152 E 635913038330
Purple E001382 PUR 8152 K 635913038347

Product Reviews by Customers

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Doesn't really work
The concept is good, but the execution is not! The concept of having a bit-less bridle is nice. I currently ride with a hackamore, and thought this would be a nice addition. Normally, when you pull on hackamore reins, there is pressure on the nose that releases when you release pressure. With this set-up, it doesn't work. When you put pressure on the nose, the pressure does not release, since the spongy woven material that makes up the bridle, is kind of clingy. If it were made of a denser-weave rope, it would work better. As it is, the material sticks to itself, or hangs up on the rings, and will not loosen as it should for relief of pressure. It confuses even horses that do well in a hackamore!
July 11, 2017
Bit less Bridles are hard to find
I had to sew all of the sewn parts after only a months use.
April 6, 2017
This product has great features
I have not used it just yet as I am still in the training with the saddle period. But it feels so soft that I feel it will get really stretched out within a few uses. It is too soft and does not feel strong enough for a 1100 pound horse..
July 14, 2016
Glad I finally bought it !
I've only used it a few times with my Appaloosa but I LOVE it so far !Its soft, yet strong & it looks comfortable on my Boy unlike the previous bit less rope Bridles I've tried with him !
April 16, 2015
Easy to use and flexible fit
Very lightweight and comfortable on my Icelandic horse. Not for any heavy duty work or for an unwilling horse. I have not tested it, but one quick (horse-size) pull and I'm certain it would break. It feels like cotton, not nylon, unless it's the nylon used in women's stockings. But it is a nice, soft cotton :-)If I break it, I will buy it again and try to reinforce it somehow.Don't buy this for an untrained, unwilling horse!
December 29, 2014
Good bitless bridle
This bit less bridle works well but leaves a mark across her nose band. Not sure I like that. She responds well, except for backing up. Easy to use
September 22, 2014
good but dif reins
k all the othe reviews saying this is a bad product its not it is wool like not nylon fyi. i would get diffrent reins though these are so soft put fairly strechy but i would really buy this it is so awsome and my horse loves how its wool so it doesnt rub her face at all
May 16, 2014
Don't waste your money unless it's for emergency use!
This bridle is so cheaply made and weighs practically nothing. The reins are so stretchy that you can't have decent control.The only plus side to this (and what I will be doing with mine) is they are so light weight and take up so little room, I will be carrying it in my saddle bags in case there is ever an emergency with a bridle breaking or something.Otherwise, it isn't worth they money. It's not something you can use often.And I'm a fan of horse.com and buy from them all the time! I always read reviews before I purchase so I hope more people will read this and not be disappointed!
May 15, 2014
Very nice
I havnt had much of a chance to use this product. But the chances i have had, it has been great. Perfect length reins. The bridal is made of great material, and is very convenient.
April 16, 2014
This is a good start-up for a bitless Bridle
I have a green broke mare and this bitless bridle is a good option for her while we are both learning. At this price it allows people to try it and see if they get the control and results hoped for without any great expense. It would not fit a pony or any larger headed horse breeds.
April 12, 2014
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I'm hoping to avoid using a bit!
Sandra S on May 7, 2017
had good reviews
Kerry L on Nov 10, 2015
I'm hoping to avoid using a bit!
Sandra S on May 7, 2017
same as above
NZ4730969julene m on Dec 4, 2016
had good reviews
Kerry L on Nov 10, 2015
I have a couple of horses that are just distracted by their bit, hoping this will work for them.
Sandra E on Mar 25, 2015
Description makes this item seem adjustable to fit my Icelandic pony. Hope it works.
Debbie F on Dec 2, 2014
because I love the bit less bridals.
Jenny on Oct 13, 2014
This simple Bitless bridle fits my small Paso Fino mare perfectly.
Gina R on Sep 9, 2014
Our gelding will not take a bit, he rides fine with a halter but he will not stop. Seen this and at the price thought we would give it a try
RICKY L on Jun 29, 2014
my wife has a great mare & she needs a great riding head stall. this will fit the bill to a T.
MARK W on Jun 25, 2014
Have a horse who prefers bitless. Have been wanting to try this Bridle for a while for trail riding.
Leigh W on Jun 7, 2014
Checking how it might work.
WARREN B on May 30, 2014
to try it out on my troublesome horse when just riding relaxed
Christina D on Apr 22, 2014
Can use this as a flexible bosal.
Dana N on Mar 2, 2014
same as above
NZ4730969julene m on Dec 4, 2016
I have a couple of horses that are just distracted by their bit, hoping this will work for them.
Sandra E on Mar 25, 2015
Is this a scrawbrig or a hackamore?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It's not worth wasting your time purchasing, runs small, is poorly constructed, stretchy, way to soft, and the design is just poor. I ordered the Mustang side pull with out reins, it was $25 and I love it! Very well made, constructed of nice materials, strong rings and fit my Belgian quarter mare nicely! Don't waste your $15 on this one
Should it fit a Norwegian Fjord?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It fits everything from my Arabian to my thoroughbred. I haven't found anything it doesn't fit
Do you recommend this(or bitless bridles in general) for beginning riders?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi! Although this bridle did come in handy for me, it didn't come in handy for riding use. The bridle is a very very soft nylon. It falls off of my horses head a lot. I use it more as a halter than a bridle. Besides the fact that it falls off of my horses head, the nose band is way to thin which puts in my opinion to much pressure in one spot. I do recommend a Dr.Cooks bitless bridle. I have just purchased one and it's fantastic. My horse responds to it very well. It is pricy but is completely worth the money. The Dr.Cooks bridle does not come with reins but the reins in the bridle on the website are way too log and not sturdy at all. I would not recommend this bridle for a beginner rider especially for a beginner horse. This is bridle would for fit for a more advanced/relaxed horse.
Will this fit on my draft horse?
Vicky on Nov 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it should fit. I have three horses a buckskin a Mustang and a thorough bred and use it on all three .... hope that helps
Is this considered a Western bridle?
bob r on Dec 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We only use it for light riding in a small area when riding bareback for fun. Would not use it only for a bridle unless real gentle horse.