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  1. Horse Tack and Equipment
    my horse is currently in a cavesson noseband and a pelham with a curb chain, whilst i think the pelham suits him fairly well it also doesn't seem to, he's always tossing his head a round and always pulling for his head. he's a very strong and forward going horse but often he's able to just...
  2. Horse Tack and Equipment
    I have seen people using lip straps on Pelham's. And I have heard many things about what they can do. from keeping the curb chain down, to keeping the horse from chewing the shanks. I have also heard about horses that chew the shank rings, have in some cases, gotten their incisors stuck on...
  3. Horse Tack and Equipment
    So I use a Pelham on my gelding that LOVES to chew his bit, and the shanks on them, I have read somewhere that there have been instances that the loose ring on the shank has gotten caught on the incisors. The article said that if you use a lip strap it keeps the horse from chewing the shank...
  4. Horse Tack and Equipment
    I was looking around at some pics of my horses bit, and look at the info I found out on the bit we are using: the Pelham has a bit that curves outward (like above) "They have curved mouth bars that eliminate the "nutcracker" action and stop the bit from hitting the roof of the horse's...
  5. Horse Tack and Equipment
    Hello everyone, newbie here and I love the Forum. I have a bit of a situation and I am really looking for some unbiased advice about bits. Apologies for the length of the post but I am at a real crossroads. Here's a bit of background. I grew up in a town outside of London, England, and...
  6. Eventing
    hi everyone, what is the differences in action of the rugby pelham to the normal pelham?? i'm the only bidder on a rugby pelham on ebay and only just realised that i thought it was a normal pelham. looks like i'll be buying it but i want to know the differences in strength.. i goggled it but...
  7. Horse Tack and Equipment
    Actually, I don't know exactly how great or not this bit is, but I thought of the concept one day and googled it to see if it existed. It took a lot of digging, but I found it. (By the way, don't google this in images, for your own sake. Apparently they're not just for horses.) It's a...
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