|FoxyRoxy1507 ||07-15-2008 06:58 PM |
bits for jumping
i have a question, what type of bits do u guys use for jumping. I'm trying to find a bit that is like a Tom Thumb pelham that i can use with a figure 8 bridle. I would change to a different kind of bit but my horse really likes the Tom Thumb, so can anybody give me some ideas.
|xoLivxo ||07-15-2008 07:39 PM |
well i use what i ride in...loose ring snaffle with rubber bit gaurd thingys....and show in a dee ring snaffle
|Supermane ||07-15-2008 08:28 PM |
I ride in a sweet iron eggbutt snaffle with copper inlays right now. I also have a corkscrew, a whistle bit, a slow twist, and a french link depending...
|my2geldings ||07-15-2008 08:31 PM |
It really depends on what your horse needs. My horses were all in loosering snaffles and stayed in that bit when we jumped as well. The only time I changed bits was if I went on a trail ride or hunts. I would change him to a slow twist snaffle.
|brittx6x6 ||07-16-2008 10:44 PM |
It all depends on the horse. I have one mare who goes in a 3 ring elevator with a copper dowl in the middle, or a copper pelham. My other mare goes in a jointed egg but or a slow twist full cheek.
|FoxyRoxy1507 ||07-17-2008 10:40 AM |
I kno it depends on the horse i just need to find a bit that is like a tom thumb that can b used with a figure 8 bridle i just cant think of one
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