The cavemore is a bitless bridle combining a cavesson and a hackamore. The cavemore was designed to educate horses in the academic art of riding towards collection without disturbing them in the mouth.

The cavemore bitless bridle can be used for horses of all ages and in all disciplines. It is made up of a noseband, headstall and shanks where the reins are attached to.

The cavemore eliminates the use of a traditional bit by applying pressure behind the horses ears, on the nose and and chin instead.

There are many benefits to using a cavemore bitless bridle

le which include:

-Gentle and Humane: The cavemore is a very gentle bitless bridle, perfect for horses who are sensitive or have had issues in the past with traditional bits. It applies pressure to three different points on the horses head instead of just the mouth, so it is more comfortable for your horse.

-Efficient: The cavemore is a very efficient bitless bridle. It allows you to communicate with your horse in a clear and concise way, making it perfect for schooling or competition.

-Versatile: The cavemore bitless bridle is a versatile piece of equipment. It can be used for many different disciplines such as dressage, show jumping, eventing and trail-riding but the Cavemore bitless bridle is also perfect for in hand work or groundwork.

-Comfortable: The FR Equestrian cavemore bitless bridles are anatomically designed for the perfect fit. The Cavemore bitless bridles are made of the best quality leather ensuring the perfect bridle fro the perfect ride.

-Affordable: The cavemore bitless bridle is an affordable option for those looking for a bitless bridle. It is less expensive than many other bitless bridles on the market, and it is a high quality piece of equipment.


There are many reasons to try a cavemore bitless bridle, and we hope that this blog post has helped you to understand some of them. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the cavemore bitless bridle, please contact us. We would be happy to help you find the perfect cavemore bitless bridle for you and your horse!

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February 24, 2022 — Marthe Mouthaan

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