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How many bits do you own?

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    View Poll Results: Bits
    1-5 16 34.04%
    5-10 13 27.66%
    10+ 6 12.77%
    20+ 5 10.64%
    50+ 3 6.38%
    100+ 4 8.51%
    Voters: 47. You may not vote on this poll

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        08-21-2012, 11:08 AM
    Originally Posted by equiniphile    
    Geez, I'm going off my memory here.

    1 pony half cheek
    1 baucher
    2 eggbuts
    1 loose ring
    1 Imus gaited bit
    5+ tom thumbs (I always get stuck with these when I buy bridles at auction, there's almost always a TT attached! They sit in the depths of my garage)
    3 Argentine snaffles (see above: auctions)
    3 curbs, various types
    4 old curbs from our horses 20+ years ago, they sit in my room and look pretty for the most part
    Adding 1 new copper elevator from Smartpak
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        08-21-2012, 01:23 PM
    Seeing as we have well over 40 horses at my family ranch we have over a hundred bits

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