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Date Posted: 09:04:01 01/17/09 Sat
Author: Melissa
Subject: hmmmmmmm
In reply to: Tamara Butler 's message, "Training question about head position" on 13:48:37 01/05/09 Mon

Can you post pics of your horse and how low his headset is? For me I can't STAND when Friesians are ridden in a high headset and their chins are touching their chests. This is not proper nor kind to the horse. I's much rather see a Friesian being ridden in a lower (not western) more hunter headset than cranked in like a Marlin on the end of line. I've seen Friesians being ridden with a headset that was wonderful and more on the vertical.

I hope you can post pics, as I'd love to see your horse....
Good luck...

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