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    02-15-2010, 01:37 PM
Anybody used one of these or know someone who has...

I was looking at Weaver's website the other day aand saw this, it was listed under training bridles, but so were all of the hackamores. It looks really interesting, I like the look of the hackamore it has, but it still has the control of a snaffle since my TWH is so hard headed. Anybody ever used one or know of any reason not to use it as a day to day bit?

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    02-22-2010, 08:24 AM
I bought one to use for a training bridle has the combo of a side pull and a basic snaffle. But the one I got the bit had been put on backwards so I never used it....My walker was hard when I used a snaffle on him I now use a reining type bit on him and now he'll stop on a dime. Now my horse is 10yro So I hd to play with a few bits till I found the one that worked. This is the one I use on mine. We went from pulling nack on him to finger tip control

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