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Re: [RC] Bitless Contraversy - indiancp

if they want to bad enough they can!!  sometimes a strong bit makes the control problem even worse.
once bought  a horse no bit would control, he'd just bow that neck and charge on. really scarey thing as i don't think he even watched where he was bolting.  ended up fox hunting this horse with a soft rubber bar bit though and he was in perfect control.  i think it's all a matter of training and it "ain't" always easy.

patty in georgia
 
Man does not have the only memory,
The animals remember,
The earth remembers,
The stones remember,
If you know how to listen, they will tell you many things.
 
Claude Kuwanijuma - Hopi Spiritual leader.
 
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2006 4:10 PM
Subject: [RC] Bitless Contraversy

Isn't true that if a horse wanted to/or felt he had to...could run through just about any bit?  I've heard of horses and mules (ever see a mule bit?)  pulling wagons and "run away".  A cowboy once told me that the bit was a "telephone" to tell the hold what we would like to do...not the brakes.  Otherwise the reins would be attached to the feet where the brakes are located!  Kinda made sense.
 
Gail C.
Patient Wait Farms SC

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