10-10-2010, 12:59 AM
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A bosal hackamore is a type of bit, and just because it doesn't go in your horse's mouth doesn't mean it is by any means more mild than one that does. The difference with a bosal is that you can put pressure on the bridge of her nose (which, with a beginner's hands, could potentially cause damage).
What exactly does "doesn't do well with a bit in her mouth" entail? Did the previous owners say?