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RE: Re: bits
Check out Myler bits. Pricey, but very good.
The bits are grouped by level (1,2,3) of the horse/rider training. I bought
the paperback book they put out, narrowed it down to three bits, and then
e-mailed them with questions. Received back a long, detailed message giving
me pros and cons of each of the three bits relative to the issues I'd
Their approach is that if the horse is resisting, go softer.
For info, go to http://www.toklat.com/
> -----Original Message-----
> From: OasisArab@aol.com [mailto:OasisArab@aol.com]
> Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2000 12:55 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RC: Re: bits
> Hi all
> I know that this has probably been asked a million times but...........
> We are in the process of training and conditioning a new
> endurance horse and
> are having trouble finding the right bit for him.
> He is 7yr old Arabian gelding and was originally trained using a pelham
> (english style show, which we do not plan on doing with him)
> we have tried a d-ring snaffle, a short shank mullen, kimberwick
> all of which
> do not work well with him on the trail.
> He is relatively soft mouthed.
> Any and all opinions will be appreaciated.
> Bill Proctor
> The Oasis
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