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  • 30 training video sessions

  • Online coach

  • Help and support from a community of likeminded riders

  • Unlimited lifetime access for a single payment

It doesn't matter if you ride Western or English,
here is what you can expect:

Look like an expert level rider

Looking like a really good rider comes down to the feeling others get from watching you ride. Do the movements of you and your horse horse look elegant? Does it look like you are in harmony with your horse? Or does it look like there is too much effort and your horses gaits are a bit choppy? This training will make you look like a really experienced rider.

Protect your horses health

Reins attach on the side, use of the best materials and a perfect tailor made fit make this halter the perfect way to ride bitless. It doesn't matter if you are experienced riding bitless, or if you want to try it for the first time.

Gain greater control and see your horse happier around you

It is not just about looking good. As a direct result of that improved fluidity you horse will become more relaxed, less  bothered and more focused. He will enjoy the time with you in the saddle a lot more, become easier to control and more reliable.

Improve Gait And Self-Carriage

The way your horse caries himself, says a lot about his health and you as a rider. A horse that caries his body in a correct position doesnt just look better but is also more comfortable to ride. You will discover how to get your horse to maintain a steady pace and improve his self carriage.

Make riding much more comfortable

If you have ridden on a horse with a stiff back and a well trained horse you know exactly what I am talking about. A stiff horse in trot can feel like you are riding a jackhammer. What most people not realize is that you can change this. You can make your horse much more comfortable by investing 15 minutes each riding session into doing a few exercises.

Give yourself and your horse more confidence

More comfortable, relaxed and reliable horse is a great way to improve your confidence while riding. Ultimately your confidence on a horse is a reflection of your experiences in the saddle. The exercises you will learn take just a few minutes each day, but can do mirracles to your confidence and feeling in the saddle.

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Who is behind this amazing training system?

Radek Libal author of Invisible Horse Control

It was one of the moments when things slow down. Princess' hoof was flying towards my head. I moved to the side and strongly pulled on the lead rope so she couldn't try that again.

She missed.

I wasn’t used to anything like that. I was pretty shaken up despite the fact I have been helping people with horses that do not have good ground manners quite a bit recently.

It made me think. I did not want for something like this to happen to anyone else.

The more horses I worked with, the clearer it became. The problem is obviously in the way those horses were treated and trained. However, there was also one other element. Those halters...

It is not a coincidence that most of the riders with horses with bad ground manners were using padded or web halters.

I do not want to see any more issues caused by something so "little" as a halter.

That was when I decided to make halters that will actually help riders have a great relationship with their horse. I got stuck always thinking about making the best halter in the world.

A halter that can help riders of all levels avoid mistakes that would take years to fix...

A halter the most experienced riders would swear by...

A halter that would open the eyes of the beginners so they understand what a huge difference a halter can actually make...

A halter that will not only work great, but that will also make you feel special when you first unpack it, and then every time you put it on your horse...

A halter that will allow you to communicate with your horse easily and make the "yes" and "no" easy to understand...

A halter that will save horse owners from having to call people like me to help them...

Happy riding!

Ilene Nessenson
author of Stretch Your Horse

"Some people think rope halters are harsh but the opposite is actually the case.

In my practice as an equine bodyworker, I often see horses with very painful muscle spasms, tightness, soreness in the neck, shoulders, back and jaw.

These horses can not bend or move their neck and body properly.

One of the causes of this pain is poor communication between the horse and rider when doing groundwork and lunging.

Most often, the poor communication is caused by either an ill-fitting halter, such as a rope halter that is too big and swivels and hits the horse in the eye, or use of a padded or web halter that makes communication very difficult so the horse does not hear "Yes, good job" or "No, that is not quite correct."

The horse ends of pulling back against the halter or lunging with their head up on the air which causes the muscles in the neck, back and shoulders and jaw to spasm and become very tight. Just like in a game of dominos, the muscle tightness in turn causes painful movement restrictions of the vertebrae in the neck and back."

Ilene Nessenson, J.D., CEBW
(certified equine bodyworker)