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post #21 of 23 Old 09-05-2011, 11:57 PM
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You might have to wait until his tail grows out enough to hide the attachment part of the tail extension. There is no mane extensions that I know of. The attachment you are referring to while lunging him, sounds like a form a of rhythm collector. It's doesn't teach them to collect up & lower their head under saddle, just shows you can they can do it while being lunged with it on. Take it off & head goes up. Also that device can cause back misalignment.
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post #22 of 23 Old 09-06-2011, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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You might have to wait until his tail grows out enough to hide the attachment part of the tail extension. There is no mane extensions that I know of. The attachment you are referring to while lunging him, sounds like a form a of rhythm collector. It's doesn't teach them to collect up & lower their head under saddle, just shows you can they can do it while being lunged with it on. Take it off & head goes up. Also that device can cause back misalignment.
Okay, yeah I found mane extentions somewhere lol.

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post #23 of 23 Old 09-06-2011, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Some shows do not allow mane and/or tail extensions so check with whatever show you are going to. Also for western pleasure most people use curb bits, and for 4-H most states have a rule that says horses over 6 must use a curb bit(with shanks). I know that for Michigan 4-H you can't use tail, mane or forelock extensions, and for western horses over 6 must use a standard curb bit with shanks and a smooth mouthpiece, it can be inlaid or latex wrapped but must be smooth(I show western, english, gymkhana, and driving in Michigan 4-h)
Toby is almost five, so could I use just a snaffe?

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