11-16-2008, 02:36 PM
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With a french link it has the two joints which is much softer on the horses mouth and doesnt creat what we call the nut cracker action the dr bristol has.
#with most horses any bit which has a single joint (classed as the nutcracker action) will hit the horse in teh roo of the mouth when it is pulled creating the horse to resist being pulled and they will poke their nose out or evan hold their heads up and run away a single joint also creats pressuer on the bars of the horses mouth which again most horses do not like.
I much prefer riding any horse in a double linked bit any day.
They are much softer on the mouth and they also don't create pressure on the bar of themouth