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        09-27-2012, 01:03 AM
    Originally Posted by missy may    
    i know exactly what you mean!! Every single stinking time we go to the beach I get this "ache" (the kind that precedes a temper tantrum) b/c I want sooooo badly to ride my own horse along the beach. Inevitabely someone will suggest renting one...and i'll sulk, "no, I want to do it on my own horse!!!". Why can't they understand that!!!??? I have broken down and done is not the same.

    I believe my mare would love the water, but I could be surprised...and she would do what, dump me in the "sand"? Haha...bring it on! I want to ride in zion, too, same thing...w my own horse.
    rofl! Me too! Exactly! Hahaha!
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        09-27-2012, 02:34 PM
    That's a great idea, beach rider! I have a small lesson program and just switched all the lesson horses to bitless bridles. They still provide control for my students, but save the horses from inexperienced and bouncing hands. I want to use them for my more advanced horses too, but it is taking some retraining as they are a little confused by the different pressure points of the bitless bridles!

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