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Date:4/20/2014 6:09:35 PM
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VOTE #40!!!
Hi again Apache! Left another vote!

Miss Sassy Rain and I have had some trouble lately while training. She would refuse her bit, panic when we finally got the bridal on her so I gave up thinking she had an absessed tooth or her teeth needed floated or maybe she had grain or grass lodged somewhere in her mouth making things unconfortable so we had our vet come out and check out her dental situation. Turns out she is 'healthy as a horse', but this didnt answer my question why all of a sudden would she throw her bit. She never did before!? After talking to a trainer and the vet they both said the same thing maybe she just doesnt like it. Great I if I didnt have enough trouble with a blind horse all I need is for her to get picky! But then I realized that that 'I' wasn't the one with a huge hunk of metal in MY mouth(on top of not being able to see). And maybe Sassy was scared of the bit all along and decided she wasn't having it. So I ordered a Dr. Cook's bitless bridle and we are going to try that out! =] If anyone has tried one please let me know how it went! Happy Riding!!!

-Sassy and Steph
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