Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: northern arkansas
I agree with Smrobs, fixed cheeks equal trouble in my opinion, I like the extra flexibility of the non-fixed ones, plus I love the idea that should I have to do a ors I can with the flexible cheeks. I rarely use a curb bit (most of the horses I get, I get them to train and by the time they are comfortably in a curb and going good, they are ready for a new home, and my personal horse prefers a snaffle picky bugger :)) but when I do you use a luw port with swivel cheeks.
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