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What Kind of Bits do yall use

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        10-02-2012, 04:51 PM
    Green Broke
    Rosie- Martha Josey Million Dollar
    Sassy- o ring snaffle
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        10-02-2012, 04:54 PM
    Green Broke
    I swear by my dogbone mouth Jr. Cowhorse and snaffle.

    I also want to buy a Sweet Six bit with just a smooth snaffle mouth.

    I have a really touchy horse, so light bits are my thing right now.

    My rope mare goes in a mild correction bit.
        10-04-2012, 05:38 PM
    Annie runs in a little s hack. But when at home practicing or tuning she's always in a o ring twistest snaffle

    Jasper runs and works in an o ring combo. But im wanting to try a simplicity bit on him. :) (when trail riding jasper I like to put the little s hack on him. )

    My two year old is being trained in a snaffle.
        10-04-2012, 06:08 PM
    Eggbutt French-link and eggbutt Dr Bristol. Both do the job fine with Brock.
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        10-04-2012, 08:28 PM
    With my QH I started him in a snaffle, moved to a mechanical hack, then settled on a c curb. He was ridden Western.

    My pony came to me in a curb but it was pinching his cheeks. I used an Argentine snaffle on him and it worked great. He was ridden Western.

    My Arab was ridden in a homemade indian hackamore. He was ridden in a variety of saddles, including Western, English, endurance, and no saddle at all.

    I ordered two bits for my new horse cause I'm not sure what will work best: a regular snaffle and a double jointed snaffle. We will be training him English (dressage).
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