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What type of bit do you ride in?

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Originally posted by Arrows:

I use Dr. Cook's Bitless Bridle, so none
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Same Here on both Shiloh and Ellinoir and will with both mules (until I get a bosal Hackamore).

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quote:

Originally posted by Arrows:

I use Dr. Cook's Bitless Bridle, so none
[big Grin]
.

Same Here on both Shiloh and Ellinoir and will with both mules (until I get a bosal Hackamore).

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First of all, if your horse is under 5, or if you only ride Western for fun, snaffles are okay to use(or at least that's how it is where I ride and show)

I was riding Sam in a snaffle with copper rollers to get the basics down, but he's moved up to the Pelham so I can give lighter cues. My question is, do you think it's ok to school in the Pelham(broken and copper-mouth) and show in it, as long as I don't use much hand on him?

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First of all, if your horse is under 5, or if you only ride Western for fun, snaffles are okay to use(or at least that's how it is where I ride and show)

I was riding Sam in a snaffle with copper rollers to get the basics down, but he's moved up to the Pelham so I can give lighter cues. My question is, do you think it's ok to school in the Pelham(broken and copper-mouth) and show in it, as long as I don't use much hand on him?

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