I've had some bit drama for the past few months. One instructor recommended a twisted wire bit which after some research, I discovered I was not going to buy that harsh bit. I borrowed a full cheek snaffle but it was too big for Dancer and turning is not really the problem. I've been told that french link is maybe the way to go. However, yesterday I talked to the vet and she really thinks the bit was not close enough to his teeth. Everyone I talked to told me go by the wrinkles on Dancer's face but the vet said some horses aren't very wrinkly and the best bet is to measure the distance between his teeth and the bit. (Apparently it was so far down that he probably was flipping his tongue over the bit) I did this today and noticed a completely different response. He was listening very well and sucking away at the bit. Here's my question: Should I continue using my eggbutt snaffle or should I go ahead and get the eggbutt frenchlink snaffle?