she doesnt need a trainer, she's ridding most of her child hood and then 10 years ago when I got in it, she's riddin my wild TWH and my QHs adn many others but she's ridden him twice, not everyone needs a trainer, adn he doesnt he's fairly broke but my mom was walking my Gelding away and I wasnt really steering him and I would like a harsher bit, and if I get no sugestions ill jsut get one for him.
If she can't ride the horse properly because she has fear then she needs someone who knows how to help her overcome the fear, i/e a trainer
Bitting this horse up and ruining his mouth is not going to make her fear go away. If she is worried that she can't control the horse then perhaps she shouldn't ride him outside of a small pen...or maybe you should ride a horse that isn't going to buck you off and then go running back to the barn and scare the crap out of her young horse.
But, why even bother to ask anyway if you are just going to throw a hissy fit and ignore every bit of sensible advice you get.
Is this what you wanted? Someone to tell you "here, try these bits, he can't run off in these bits"?
I mean, after all, who cares if the horse's mouth gets ruined right? When will people learn that it is not the bit that controls the horse, it's the training they get.
If the horse is out of control, then it needs to be trained, preferably by someone with a clue.