Jake and I came 2nd in Intro and Prelim level Prix Caprilli at Ewshot riding club couple of weeks ago ^_^ Jake wore his lovely Transcend bridle (side cue setting) for both tests!
Luckily, Trec does not discriminate against bitless riders, so it is one of the competitions that we still continue to take part in. This was a Level 1 pairs class where each half of a pair does the control of paces (canter as slowly as you can and walk as fast as you can, without […]
Came second in handsomest gelding and 1st is Tack and turnout
We had a very hot but fab day at this show. The Jude was glad to see my youngster in a bitless Bridle. We got 1st in youngstock 1st in handsome gelding 2nd in hand horse 3rd in best turned out.
We had a brilliant day and won 4 of our 5 showing in hand classes including ‘tack and turnout’. The judge loved Buddy’s transcend and said she’d seen a few horses through the day that would benefit from being bitless.
1st place in beginner working hunter class.
Winner of the best POR (orienteering) section from all classes over the weekend in our bitless pair with Yvonne Allen and Solly (ridden in a sidecue)
[fluid][html ]We came 5th in the horsemanship class and gained an extra point for being bitless. it was quite scary for Buddy who jumped about a fair amount at times. This is where the transcend really came into its own; no added pain and no added pressure. We just let him calm, took a minute […]
This photo was taken at Birdie’s first time competing at a horse show. We competed in an in-hand conformation class and received first place under both judges. Birdie retired from the track last year and we are training to compete at the Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover in Dressage and Freestyle-bitless Western Dressage. Next year […]
The show organisers were incredibly supportive of me riding bitless and I got several comments about how lovely the Transcend bridle was.