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    06-06-2008, 08:07 PM
I'm also curious about bits...Willy's in an egg-butt snaffle, but he chomps it really hard sometimes. He also pulls on it quite a bit (no pun intended)...his teeth were just done in April. He usually chops it really hard if we're standing still, so I don't know if it's just an anxious thing, or if he is really over it...was thinkg about a Happy Mouth? My friend uses one, and they look so much softer on the mouth than metal.

Thanks for the post,'re mare is quite a hottie 8)
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    06-06-2008, 10:18 PM
Originally Posted by geewillikers
Thanks for the post,'re mare is quite a hottie 8)
Haha thanks ... The geldings at my barn just LOVE her. Lol.

Thanks guys!
    06-09-2008, 07:47 AM
My neighbor used happy mouth on her ottb (to start retraining). He didn't seem to like the taste much. He was much happier when she switched him in normal french snaffle. I heard totally different opinions on happy mouth, but most people say horse chew more on it because of the taste and because it's soft.

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