Ok my horse is seriously having problems with the bit when I ride. And it baffels me becuase I use the simplest loose ring snaffle. She constantly chews and chomps on the bit and puts her touge over the bit constantly and when I say constantly I mean constantly! Lol she just won't stop the entire time till the bit is out of her mouth. She is only 4 but it doesn't seem to be a young horse thing as much as a problem. She is what my 4-H leader called inverted? She trys to avoid the bit and she runs me into fences. I know it sounds unrelated but she puts her head to the inside and her body swings outside and rams me into the wall. My 4-H leader said that my outside hand and my outside leg are weak but when I do what she says it doesn't get any better. I tried spurs and that helped alot but it just didn't seem to fix
the problem. If you know what I mean? Like I was just covering up a deeper problem, possibly the bit? I talked to this one guy about it and he said to get her teeth cheaked out so we are certainly going to do that but if there isn't anything wrong is there somthing I could do or practice with her to get her to accept the bit more and become less inverted, and stop running me aginst the fence? Is there a certain bit I should get to fix the problem?
Thanx alot guys!