d-ring versus o-ring (2 questions)
I have recently switched my junior horse from a port to a snaffle bit. (I still have to two-hand him too often to get him collected at the lope, I am using a slow twist for now. He does well with it but I'm not sure you can show a western horse in a slow-twist can you?)
So I'm ordering a snaffle that I can use in show and that's what I'm going to use for practice too... same bit. I'm not sure what the difference between an O and a D is (I mean, regarding what it does...) I have found an O and a D that I like... The O is about $15 more expensive....
Any advice/explanations? Thanks!
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