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        12-30-2011, 10:21 AM
    Originally Posted by wyominggrandma    
    How does he react to a regular bit if he is going to be ridden in western shows? I see you are riding him with a d ring snaffle and while snaffles are great for training and trail riding, you can't use that in Western shows. Did you ride him in anything else?
    The owner didn't have his tom thumb there that day. She gives lessons and is in the habit of putting a horse in a snaffle for a kid, but she and my trainer talked quite a bit about bits. He does take a mild port correction bit. Both owner and trainer said that the Myler my daughter is currently using would be a good bit for him. It's a level 2, short shanks, mild port.
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        01-01-2012, 11:31 PM
    Originally Posted by sierrams1123    
    I like him.
    I agree with the trainer to trainer thing, I do not claim to know it all but I can tell within five minutes of talking to someone about horses if they are full of knowledge or full of crap.
    Good luck and like I always say, you can always like them or dislike them in the add but until you get face to face you should not make your final judgment.
    I learned this ^^^ the hard way.
    Sierramms, I'm stealing your second sentence for my signature.

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