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Bitless Bridle by Two Horse Tack: Product Review

Not too long ago, I wrote a blog post on why I made the switch to bitless with my horses.  And honestly, I haven’t looked back—every horse I have can be ridden safely without a bit. I was recently asked to review one of the bitless bridles from Two Horse Tack.   This is a small company based in […]

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Q&A with Dr. Robert Cook, Creator of ‘Dr. Cook Bitless Bridle’ (Part 3)

Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD graduated as a veterinarian in 1952, from the Royal Veterinary College, London UK. Subsequently he earned a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and gained a PhD from Cambridge. Apart from six years in practice and eight years as a senior scientist at the Equine Research Station of the […]

Q&A with Dr. Robert Cook, Creator of ‘Dr. Cook’s Bitless Bridle’ (Part 2)

Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD graduated as a veterinarian in 1952, from the Royal Veterinary College, London UK. Subsequently he earned a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and gained a PhD from Cambridge. Apart from six years in practice and eight years as a senior scientist at the Equine Research Station of the […]

Fig. 4. The bridle correctly fitted

Q&A with Dr. Robert Cook, Creator of the ‘Dr. Cook Bitless Bridle’ (Part 1)

Robert Cook, FRCVS, PhD graduated as a veterinarian in 1952, from the Royal Veterinary College, London UK. Subsequently he earned a Fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and gained a PhD from Cambridge. Apart from six years in practice and eight years as a senior scientist at the Equine Research Station of the […]