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My mouth hurts.
Just looking at these bits.
Whomever 'designed' these 'bits' was either:
a) Planet Gorgon crazy
b) Higher than the clouds high
c) A & B combined
And the colt breaking bit? Look at those shanks! Oh my gosh! Aren't you supposed to use a snaffle?!
I fret on the general comfortableness of a hackamore, and they expect you to put these torture devices in the horses mouth.
Auugh I feel nasty dirty all over x-X I need to bleach my brain or something.
OH MY GOODNESS! Thoes 5 rings........
I think tears came out of my eyes...
Five rings on that itty bitty little bit
Oh my god I found one with a METAL noseband.
Who comes up with these things?! If I had a tack shop, I wouldn't allow these in my store. Let alone letting people buy them.
Good God...*shakes head* What are people thinking?....
I hate that people assume just because they have a colt, it needs a harsher breaking method than a filly.
Gahhh Yes people are dumb dumb dumb...I only ride my horses in a snaffle or hackamore until they are collecting in that! It's so dumb when people think these giant bits are gonna help anything!
Any bit is harsh in the wrong hands. I thought we established that many many many threads ago.
those 5 ring things are awfull looking and the double twisted wire one is gaaa. mls, yes a bit is only as harsh as you make it, but some bits are just down right nasty.
Like this one: (from another website I was looking at)http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_9F5_Lpc1Pb...400/bb596l.jpg
Why is the mouth piece so teeny!?
Eww. =[ If you need something THAT nasty to get anything "good" out of your horse, you are doing something TERRIBLY wrong. Stick those things in your own mouth and see how you feel about it. =|
I ride my horse in a solid rubber bit and she responds beautifully. I truly believe that less is more.
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