Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Canberra Australia
I agree with SlideStop, if your horse is going well in a bit and you aren’t doing anything untoward or nasty with the bit, then why change it, it will likely mean at least a partial re-train.
I guess, then again, if your trainer is willing to teach you something properly (that being the key part of the equasion), it couldn’t hurt to give it a go.
Just an aside (and I don’t expect you to have the answers), but why is there always this assumption that Natural Horsemanship means no bit?