Increase Comfort, Reduce Risk: The Bitless Bridle by: Jessica Jahiel, PHD Click here to read in PDF format
 Teaching with the Dr. Cook Bitless Bridle® by Mitzi Summers Click here to read in PDF format
 Hypothesis Article: Bit-induced asphyxia in the racehorse as a cause of sudden death. Click here to read.
 The Bedou Bridle Rediscovered. By Fridtjof Hanson and Robert Cook Click here to read in PDF fromat.
 Man Bites Horse; bit rule examined. Feature article published in Natural Horse Magazine, Summer issue #3, 2015 Volume 17. Click here to read the article in PDF format.
 A Riding Renaissance. By: Nina Heller Fields. Published in Dressage Today Magazine (May, 2015 issue) Nina explains how patience, perseverance and respect for the individual needs of her horse were the keys to an epiphany. Click here to read in PDF Format
 One swallow makes a runner. Correspondence in the Veterinary Record, the official journal of the British Veterinary Association, following an editorial “Palatal dysfunction in horses: where next?” Soft palate instability (including dorsal displacement) is one of the most commonly identified causes of suffocation in the ridden horse and yet its root cause, the bit, is currently unrecognized. Click here to read in PDF format.
 Dressage Bit Research Called For. Article published in the March 2015 edition of Horse and Hound Magazine. Click Here to read in FDF Format To read Dr. Cook’s letter to the editor regarding this article Click Here
 Italian dressage judge Vincenzo Truppa has broken ranks to protest at the way dressage judges are not scoring performances in accord with FEI Article 101 Click here to read in PDF Format.
 Further Reading for “MAN BITES HORSE: bit rule examined” Articles in horseman’s journals rarely exceed 1500 words. Within this compass, it is not possible to describe the evidence to justify an update of competition rules mandating use of the bit. A list of 30 articles provides online links to further reading on the topic. Click here to read in PDF format.
 Another way to train. by Greg Glendell “Our partnership’s based on trust and respect” There are lots of ways to train horses but increasingly methods used with other species are having success with our equine friends. Greg Glendell explains how in this article recently published in the UK’s Your Horse magazine, February 2015 issue. Click here to read the article in PDF format