The stressless dressage series allow competitors to compete without the stress of plaiting and formal turnout but in every other respect are a regular riding club dressage competition. The club encourages bitless competitors to compete on equal terms with bitted. I have been attending the shows bitless for 3 years. At this show we were […]
Month: August 2018
We did the whole competition bitless. The dressage judge commented on the sheet that I wasn’t allowed a hackamore for British Riding Club dressage, but I wasn’t told to put a bit in 🙂
This was our first ever show jumping competition (second overall). Charlie did amazingly and I’m so proud of him. I’ll be popping up a post about our experience on my blog: www.baygreychestnut.co.uk 🙂
Competing in Low Jumpers. Max has been Bitless for the whole 8 years I have owned him! He loves his BB and we have competed in Hunt Seat, trail, and jumpers.
Endurance is a great sport to compete bitless in as it is allowed. I am trying to point out to other riders, mainly recreational/ trail riders, to think about bitless options and the opportunity to take their horses on that journey. Most never thought about it and can’t really think of any reasons why not.So […]
Postal Match at Mounted Archery Summer Camp, where Ros Jones very kindly let me ride her wonderful Connemara Monkey.
This photo was taken in a jumpers class – my four year old mare’s first show ever. Normally we are not allowed to compete bitless for placings with this association but this is their annual “fun show” so the rules are relaxed. I started my horse bitless and have no plans to stick a bit […]
6th in test Intro A. Only bitless competitor.
Hope this posts. I have already put it on fb!
This is my boy hudson he is 14 I started him as a 7year old. He has always been ride bitless unless we are not aloud to compete without a bit. He is barefoot also. We placed 2nd at this show. Typically we compete in show jumping dressage and eventing.