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        07-21-2010, 12:01 AM

    This is Ivory Pal, a TWH.

    I think that Ivory's rider is the one with the issues- Ivory Pal is a gorgeous horse, a big mover, and I've seen a lot of his videos which show him in a much better light.
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        07-21-2010, 12:36 AM
    Draftrider...since I am such a TWH-geek, I looked this boy up. He is the real deal. If you go on their website, they have dozens of videos of him doing everything from dressage to trick riding. This one is my favorite and also the majority is bitless.
        07-21-2010, 12:40 PM
    Shhhh... Ivory Pal is on my facebook Friends list. He was supposed to go to Breyerfest this year but they changed the schedule and he couldn't make it.
        07-21-2010, 01:24 PM
    Originally Posted by Corinowalk
    Third does a torn tendon have to do with a bitless bridle? That horse is dead-lame and shouldnt be ridden with that much of a limp.

    I'm wondering the same thing. But according to Nurtural, he's not lame, not in pain, and the fact that he's bitless apparently has something to with him being "all better" and "happy".
    Oi. Idiots.
        07-22-2010, 11:13 AM
    Spirithorse8, have you any videos of bitless riding You have done -- to show us how it ought to be?

    Not expecting perfection from you, just interested in your technique & such...

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