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        04-17-2013, 07:36 PM
    I use a couple of types of bits, when im jumping I use a kimberwick with a french link. When im doing flexing work and lunging I use a eggbutt with a copper roller. When im doing speed events, I use a jr cowhorse with a copper roller.
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        04-17-2013, 07:40 PM
    Depends what I am doing. For everyday riding & schooling english, I used a half moon snaffle or a french link, horse likes both equally. For english showing, he goes best in a half moon kimberwicke. For western, everything, showing, schooling riding, I go with a Robarts pinchless curb.
        04-17-2013, 08:23 PM
    I ride Dallas in the Herm Sprenger Dynamic RS D-Ring Snaffle, and he absolutely loves it. I owned him for 7 years before I got this bit and out of all the bits I've used on him it is by far my favorite. I really like the way it sits in his mouth, and he's very comfortable in it.

    On Shaymus I use a D-ring snaffle with a copper mouthpiece. He's not as picky with his bits as Dallas is, but I've found the one he seems most comfortable in.

    Every horse is different and I have a large collection of bits encase I need to change it up or something.

    bits, english, poll, western

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