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Do you have the facts on the bit most commonly used in riding today? If not, we're breaking down the parts of the snaffle and the common ring and mouthpieces you'll find.

Bit Myths, interesting! #equestrian #stylemyride @SMRequestrian http://www.stylemyride.net/

MYTH -> bits aren't bad or use pain to control horses instead of actually properly riding. FACT -> Metal bars in an animal's soft mouth causes pain!

Test the pressure from the curb on your own foot - This is from an EXCELLENT article about bits that I just found. I have been in the horse and bit world for many years and still learned a lot from this article. It is written mostly for Dressage riders, but it's worth a read no matter what kind of riding you do.

Test the pressure from the curb on your own foot - This is from an EXCELLENT article about bits. It is written mostly for Dressage riders, but it's worth a read no matter what kind of riding you do.

Bitless bridle outperformed jointed snaffle in study | Horsetalk - International horse news

I've used a cross-under bitless bridle like this one with my horse since I broke him in. Bitless is best! Bitless bridle outperformed jointed snaffle in study

bitless bridle - Hackamoores Bosals and Bitless Bridles. Understanding your equipment and using it properly.

Charlie is being trained with a bitless &/or sidepull bridle. bitless bridle - Hackamoores Bosals and Bitless Bridles. Understanding your equipment and using it properly.

Make fire halters to easily get your horsse out of the barn in case of fire.

Fire Halters- An Easy Safety Measure For Your Barn! Though billed as a "fire halter" i see this as handy "one size fits all" quick halter for turning out and bringing the horses in from field.

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