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Barefoot Bitless Bits
Barefoot Bitless Bits

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  • Attaches to bridle like bit or hackamore

  • No edges - no uncomfortable pressure

  • Reins attach in 3 ways for different effects

  • Natural and gentle communication with your horse

Our Price: $49.00

Availability: Items Restocked Monthly
Product Code: HACK-BB


Barefoot Bitless Bits

The Barefoot® Bitless Bit (BBB) attaches to the bridle in a similar way to a bit or hackamore. The BBB® lies flat against the horse's head and does not cause pinching when in use. Nose and chin straps (sold separately) attach to outward lying metal eyelets and therefore do not assert pressure onto the horse's head.

The BBB® has no edges and is therefore very comfortable for the horse. Your signals or aids via reins are mainly absorbed via the nose. The BBB allows many horses precise communication without a bit, even in sensitive situations such as:
  • Horses with wolf teeth or other dental problems
  • Horses with sensitive mouths
  • Horses who lean on the bit
  • Head shakers
  • Bit 'Sour' Horses
Reins can be attached in different ways to achieve desired effect:
  • In the large ring: gentle effect
  • In quadrant-shaped area: medium effect
  • In smallest, lowest ring: strongest effect
Ordering Note(s): Nose and chin strap required for use - sold separately on this website. Sold in pair. Hackamore with leverage - recommended for riders with steady hands.
Biless bit, Hackamore

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 I like this a lot March 27, 2018
Reviewer: Paula from california  
My horse has very large melanoma tumors in his mouth and is unable to take a bit. He is also well trained and does great with a bitless. I like the look of this and the idea behind its design.  Very happy.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
3 of 5 Quiet, gentle but a tad awkward August 23, 2017
Reviewer: julie from Oregon  
I purchased with leather noseband and chin strap.  This is a gentle quiet piece that works well on trained horses. My beef with it is that if you need to pick up a rein to ask for a turn the rein end will flip up and/or out and make communication ineffective.  With some "hackamores" that have this issue you can tie the "legs" of the hack together. But on this one it's too short.  So your horse needs to be well trained enough where this is something you won't do.

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