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[RC] bitting question - Nikki McCormack

I have a younger horse that was being ridden by the previous owner with a Tom Thumb snaffle. I don't think the owner had the necessary skill to use this bit correctly and as a result, he does not like to be bitted. I am trying to work with him with a lighter bit, but the only thing I have is a D-ring snaffle. He is a getting easier to bit since this change, but his brakes don't work very well.

If anyone has suggestions on transitioning a horse successfully to a lighter bit or perhaps a different type of bit that might work better, please contact me privately: neyska at hotmail dot com.

Thank you!
Nikki (Cody and Tango, the new kid).


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