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  1. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    I have a 5 year old ottb that I have been retraining to be a eventer/hunter/jumper. I got him right off the track and I started with a really mild, happy mouth loose ring. I also tried him in a few other bits including, full cheek, D ring snaffle and a plain loose ring, but he really loves the...
  2. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    I am currently taking care of a 15-year-old QH mare, and her owner and I are transitioning her from Western to English (dressage) tack. I would like some suggestions as to which bit we should use with her new snaffle bridle. She is currently in a single-joint shank snaffle with a curb chain, but...
  3. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    A) This bit, but its not a twisted one. Smooth dee ring, double jointed. Offset Dee - 3/8" Twisted Dog Bone Snaffle: Reinsman Equestrian Products B) This bit but the "lifesaver" is copper Sharon Camarillo Plus Touch - Signature Iron Wrapped Lifesaver: Reinsman Equestrian Products C) This one...
  4. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    I was interested in this bit, but I am worried that there is so much space between the link holes and the bars connecting to them. Could that pinch the horses tongue? I've never heard of it happening, but it LOOKS like it could happen...
  5. Training, Performance, behavioral concerns/queries
    I'm sure that this has been discussed on another thread but this is what I'm wondering: I have recently been looking at bits for my young Arabian filly, Pepper. I've also been looking for something to restart my TWH gelding, Magic. I've looked at a number of bits, a french link is what I was...
  6. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    Hallo! I recently bought a two and a half year old horse. I now need to buy a bit for him and am a little confused by all the options. I've been reading a lot and it seems a good choice would be either a full cheek or a fulmer with an elliptical or French link. Which combination do you think...
  7. Tack, Equipment, Riding Wear Classifieds
    Two full cheek snaffles, 5.25". One is a regular snaffle, the other is a french link. $10 ea. Photos here Tack and More Buyer pays $5.20 postage cont. US, can ship both together for the $5.20
  8. Horse Tack, blankets and Equipment Queries
    I'm thinking about trying out a new bit for Abby. I was thinking of a French link but then I saw an O-ring with a peanut. Which one do you think would be better?
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