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Re: RC: Breeching

.  Breeching is the opposite.  It would have
> to be cutting into
> them before they head downhill to help much.

  If this is the case then why are they used on the
riding mules in the high mountains? Several years ago
I had the pleasure to ride the Continental Divide on a
mule. The breeching used on my mule was never tight,
but did a great job of holding the saddle in place
when we went down some of those heart stopping
mountains! (remember, I'm a flatland Tx gal..VBG..) My
understanding was it distributes the weight more
evenly across a larger portion of the animal (horse or
mule) than just a crupper.

Penny & Daisy

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