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        09-13-2011, 02:47 AM
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    True I've been trying to graduate one of my geldings from a snaffel and i've been looking for something to suit him. I think I'll get one if these it has what I was looking for. I'm trying to learn more about bits. I use hackamores on most of my horses so my bit knowlegde is sometimes lacking. I can tell if they don't suit my needs though and I can tell how harsh they are and about how much leverge they'll apply. I like to get user opinions on bits before I buy. Last think I wanna do is make my horses hard mouthed or hurt thier mouth.
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        09-13-2011, 03:00 AM
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    I enjoy learning about new training methods and equipment. I don't think I could ever learn enough from people or horses .
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        09-13-2011, 03:14 AM
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    I totally agree with that. I don't think a person should ever stop learning, I certainly don't want to.
    I start a lot of youngsters. Any time I learn something that will help me make things easier for them to understand, I am thankful.
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        09-13-2011, 03:17 AM
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    I totally agree with that. I don't think a person should ever stop learning, I certainly don't want to.
    I start a lot of youngsters. Any time I learn something that will help me make things easier for them to understand, I am thankful.
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    I 100% agree! I also start lots of young horses aswell and help people with their "problem horses" I learn something new all the time .
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