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Wendy Wainwright
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Bitless should be inclusive
A short while ago I was approached by an online dressage competition organiser with an offer to be able to sponsor some of their classes. It sounded great, plenty of promotion and exposure for the Orbitless brand, so I decided to take a look. I viewed their...
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Without bit nor even bridle!
I love long distance horse treks, being an avid reader of many travelogues from horseback. I also love crowdsourcing. So when a Kickstarter campaign combining both came to my attention I was very interested. What was different though is that these women are...
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Groundwork - part 1
A couple of comments made over the weekend reminded me of a conversation
I had several years ago with other horse owners where I kept my horse.
The comments could not have been more different, one was a lady who
explained how she had not been able to hol...
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Introducing Ember
One of the things I want to do with my blog is to record the journey with my horse Ember. It might seem like I should have started that 10 years ago when she came to me but hey better late than never. To say she hasn't been an easy horse is a bit of an unde...
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Why go Bitless?
There are many reasons why people go bitless, some due to dental or medical problems and some because their horse shows discomfort in a bit or has problems with it. But during recent years and with a growing momentum it has become a bridle of choice, horse ...
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How did it all start?
So first up, a little bit of
background. I first went bitless back in 1992, yes 23 years ago. Back
then I came across a book called Riding - the true techniques, by Lucy
Rees. It is an understatement to say this book changed the relationship I
had with ...
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