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Date Posted: 11:04:22 06/07/08 Sat
Author: Cathy
Subject: Which bit do you have your Friesian in?
In reply to: Sarah 's message, "Which bit do you have your Friesian in?" on 10:55:57 05/15/08 Thu

Quick question re: bits, does anyone have any suggestions on how to avoid lip pinching?

My Friesian only just started to get a cut on one side of his mouth. I thought he rubbed it or it was a fly bite. My trainer told me it was the bit (too small) so I went out and bought a new one.

The larger bit is of great quality and I also got rubber rings for the snaffle. Unfortunately, once again I noticed today that he is still having a problem with a small wound that is bleeding but looks much better than it did a few days ago.

Any ideas? Maybe some lotion or vaseline?

Thanks!




>Hiya, I'm just wondering really. I have my boy in a
>starter snaffle, it's taken some time to get him into
>this, he was a driver and was extremely strong but
>after a lot of time and patience, he is now able to
>listen rather than run. Anyway he has a very thick
>tongue which apparently is a Friesian thing??? So was
>just wondering if there is a dressage legal bit that
>offers a bit more tongue relief.
>
>Love Sarah xx

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