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  • Micklem bridle for head shaking
  • Lyme headshake horses

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    04-14-2013, 11:14 AM
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Do you know if he's ever had lymes disease? My horse has, and it was interesting, I had gotten a new bridle and it was just SLIGHTLY tigher in the brow band and it upset him so much. We think he was maybe still a little sensitive from having lymes, I took the brow band off and the head shaking stopped. So I actually decided to purchase the micklem multibridle and he's been so happy in it. It fits the actual face better and doesn't put pressure in the same places as a normal bridle. Its a little expensive but you can get it on trial from dover saddlery and see if that helps anything...
     
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