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An Equestrian Neightion video that shows you how to put on bridle. Always start from the left, and make sure you are in a secure environment such as a cross tie area or a stall.

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17 Responses to How to Put on a Bridle

  1. Anonymous says:

    Put the lead rope around his neck

  2. Anonymous says:

    Or put your reins over his head then.. untie his halter and tie it around his neck so your extra safe then put the bridle on :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    you can also slip the hater ove his head and around his neck while its connected to the cross ties so that he cant go…

  4. Anonymous says:

    i seen someone like this , and i saw the stalls, so i just watched it to see the barn LOL i think this well help people

  5. Anonymous says:

    Very good question. You slide your finger very slowly over the lips of your horse’s mouth, at the crease, and gently make him smile so you can get your finger back to the point where there are no teeth. If you can make him smile, then gently press down to touch the gum, they generally will open their mouths. Their teeth don’t go back as far as you think.

  6. Anonymous says:

    How will i know the spot where my horse doesnt have teeth without getting bit?

  7. Anonymous says:

    u stick ur thumb back in a horses mouth if they dont take the bit. the reason they take the bit when u do that is cuz they dont like it, so if the horse already takes the bit fine, there’s no point in annoying it.

  8. Anonymous says:

    oh danqq thats a classy horse stable.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Thanks. I get very nervous when people watch me tack up. I’ve been doing it for years and I have no problem with it, but it’s just when people watch me, I suddenly forget what’s what. My worst is forgetting to hold the noseband -.-

  10. Anonymous says:

    oh thanks I will try those suggestions 😀

  11. Anonymous says:

    It is proper to always leave the reins over your horse’s head while unbridling and putting on a halter for this very reason. Many people also untack in a stall, or have someone help them. Anticipating that your horse will run is wise, so you can take all steps to head him off at the proverbial pass. He may start to change his behavior if he never has the opportunity to run. Don’t ever give him this opportunity, and over time, you can change his behavior.

  12. Anonymous says:

    every I time I take the halter off my horse he makes a run for it so i have to put the bridle on over the halter any suggestions on how I can stop him from making a run for it or at least putting the bridle on without the halter there

  13. Anonymous says:

    Thanks! This video helped me out slot for putting on a bridle!:-D

  14. Anonymous says:

    the same thing happend to me yesterday when i was trying to put a bridle on one of the horses at my stables, but then when one of the staff came to help the horse let him put it on.

  15. Anonymous says:

    take some time to teach your horse how to put his head down. first just pet the area behind his ears so you know hes okay with anything being there, then just give some pressure and when he lowers his head release the pressure. this should help alot when your putting on the bridle. good luck :)

  16. Anonymous says:

    Make sure you hold the horses head down with your left hand firmly and assert your authority and don’t let it get away with it

  17. Anonymous says:

    gr8 video it has helped me alot but my pony when ever i go to put on the bridle it jut lifts its head up ome days i am to late for my leason because of this and am not abale to ride plz help me