The Lindell is a bitless bridle developed by Linda Tellington-Jones with a stiffened noseband, which protects the horse's mouth. In TTEAM training it is used mainly when working with young horses and horses with sensitive mouths. Also for horses that overbend, are teething or have injuries to the mouth. Riders who still do not have an independent seat or generally have problems with keeping their hands/reins in the right position, make things easier for themselves, and more pleasant for the horse when they ride with the Lindell. The Lindell is made of quality leather. As well as the chin straps with sidepulls, it also has an additional strap that prevents the bridle getting too close to the eye and keeps it in place better.