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How to Bridle a Horse

 

Horse Care & Riding

To bridle a horse, practice getting a horse to open its mouth, attaching the nose band and securing the throat latch. Bridle a horse with tips from an equestrian team coach in this free video on horseback riding.

Expert: Mara Keith-Hunter
Contact: www.sycamore-stables.com
Bio: Mara Keith-Hunter is a lifelong equestrian and head coach for the Hampshire College equestrian team.
Filmmaker: David Pakman


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25 Responses to Horse Care & Riding : How to Bridle a Horse

  1. Anonymous says:

    My Horse wouldn’t just stand there and let me put it on…lol :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    thanks for this video, this helped me very much! Last week, I had to bridle a more difficult horse and kind of lost my confidence when it comes to bridling a horse, this video defiantly helped me gain that back, and today I bridled my lesson horse with no problem. thanks! <3

  3. Anonymous says:

    I leave the halter on until I’ve got the saddle on. Then after the saddles on, I take it off. It’s easier than only having one hand to put the bridle on with x

  4. Anonymous says:

    @MarsyChannel lol ur welcome

  5. Anonymous says:

    @Footphobics01 aha thanx….I knew it but I wasn’t sure … thnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx!

  6. Anonymous says:

    @MarsyChannel the bit goes over the horse’s tongue

  7. Anonymous says:

    the tongue must be above or below of the bit ????????????? PLEASE REPLY ITS IMPORTANT! (i think above)

  8. Anonymous says:

    I wish my horse was as good as your’s. :( Duchess is a pain. She smacks her head around and nudges me. It’s so annoying XD

  9. Anonymous says:

    yeah umm i am going to try putting my finger in the corner of my horse’s mouth he wont put his bit in so ill try thanks

  10. Anonymous says:

    when you put the bridle on the horses head should be as low as it was in 1:35.. intill your done putting it on.

  11. Anonymous says:

    that throat latch was a little tight dont you think?

  12. Anonymous says:

    Ok look everyone who is sitting here being rude she is simply telling all this to people who DONT know how to do this!!!! shes doing a good job at her videos taking her own time out to make these. and you where looking this up its your fault for waisting your own time watchig it instead of being rude move on to a different video!

  13. Anonymous says:

    @LoLWTFBBQR ur so mean! I wish I could butcher you up into a thousand tiny pieces and show it to every body on youtube! JERK! That horse could kill you with its hoof! And i hope some day one does! I’d like to see you gone. And I hope one day a horse will eat u to! JERK :(

  14. Anonymous says:

    @LoLWTFBBQQR ur just plain mean. show some love for horses! :(

  15. Anonymous says:

    thank u very much! i find this helpful

  16. Anonymous says:

    @LoLWTFBBQQR
    ya know what? I like you! but only when your butchered into small piles of shit.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Great video! Thanks!

  18. Anonymous says:

    @horseanddoglover777 never mind sorry, I forgot that u just hold them

  19. Anonymous says:

    @horseanddoglover777 Yes you can

  20. Anonymous says:

    @Cowpups well thats usally is the side you have to walk on so yes.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Question : can you still keep the horse tied? Cause of certain reasons it would make it a lot easier for me. not in crossties but just tied to a rail or something

  22. Anonymous says:

    @iHeartKyu why?

  23. Anonymous says:

    @Cowpups it should be more comfortable for u and the horse to walk and lead on the left side….. and you are supposed to walk and lead your horse on the left side ….. no matter what peope say it is way more comfortable for your horse…. it also keeps you in control and not your horse……

  24. Anonymous says:

    @SarafinaImelza the Flash Band stops the horse from moving his bit to the less sensitive part of the mouth and keeps the bit in place, not really to stop the horse biting

  25. Anonymous says:

    I love horses. When they are butchered into sausages. :>

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