09-01-2010, 06:40 AM
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I hate thick bits. Different breeds of horses simply don't have the room for all that metal. My warmblood has a big fat tongue, big fleshy lips, and a low hanging palate. He will never quietly and softly chew a bit that is too thick.
As is already written, you have to have a gentle, following hand no matter the bit thickness. Gentle bits don't come from thickness, but from the hand to mouth connection.
Do you have an equine dental specialist that you can consult with?