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        02-25-2009, 07:57 PM
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    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by CJ82Sky    
    Simple trick - hang an eggbutt snaffle on the reins under his chin (not on the noseband, just on the reins). A lightweight snaffle is fine - such as a hollow mouth - you don't want to hurt him! But as he tosses his head he'll be clocking himself with the bit hanging on the reins and also jerk on his own mouth. Usually do that for one or two (short) rides and the horse stops the head tossing.
    Thats great, i've never heard of that before =P
         
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