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Date:7/30/2014 3:49:41 AM
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Oh and what bit would be best to use....for riding and then for just working her in the arena?
1). A plain snaffle.
2). A plain regular Western curb
3). A lighter, straighter-mouthpeice Wester curb
4). Tom Thumb
5). Hackamore
6). Other? Those are the bits I have but I can get a different one if these aren't right. Whats your opinions? I have been using the Tom Thumb on rides and the snaffle in the arena, and I just used the light-weight curb on a trail ride. Trying to teach her to put her head down, thought the curb would help w/ that. How do you get Ms. Paige's head so far down? I don't need SP's head to be that far down, all the time, its just that when I tell her to trot/ canter, her back gets all hollow and her head comes WAY up. I know its because I pull on the riens too much so I'm starting to really just let her mouth go and I think she'll do better. But I HATE when she holds her head so high. Sharon would just use a tie-down, but I want to do it right.
Thanks for ANY advice Marion :) I'll be looking forward to seeing what you have to say!!!!!
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