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Teaching charlie to jump. *he no longer bucks!!!*

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        12-18-2010, 10:16 AM
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    He's really coming along!
         
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        12-19-2010, 01:04 PM
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    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by tinyliny    
    what sort of bit/bridle/lunge did you have set up? Did he have a bit in and you ran the lunge line through the inside bit ring, over the head and clipped into the outside ring?
    Did you start him with just a halter on? That looks like fun and I want to try it but I worry about jerking on a bitted mouth when the horse is unbalanced .
    yeahh I done exactly that & just took the reins off the bridle :) I sometimes just use the headcoller, depends if I can be bothered to put his bridle on lol I tend to give slack on the lunge line when he jumps so it doesnt pull on his mouth :) although he did slip the other day when I had him in the headcoller, fell on his side. But that was only because he was leaping about like an idiot lol
         

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