10-14-2011, 02:38 AM
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There is nothing wrong with using different bits for diff purposes, I like to think it makes a horse get into whatever sort of groove he is supposed to be in.
I have my old guy in three diff bits, a rubber covered dee ring for speed events, a regular snaffle loose ring for working cattle, trails etc, and a short shanked bit for showing. I work lots of my young ones in a different bit for doing cow work, compared to just putzing around at home. And when I say different I mean like loose ring compared to french link eggbutt. Helps the horse know what its job will be that day from when you put that bit in its mouth. I think you are fine with using diff bits!
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