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Date Posted: 19:27:39 06/14/09 Sun
Author: Jennifer
Subject: bit on the trail
In reply to: Cathy 's message, "Correction - What type of bit - exact name" on 05:49:37 06/14/09 Sun

Well! Thank you sooooo much ladies, I knew there was something a little odd about the bit issue. I bought my guy as a yearling, and have brought him about slow and easy..so my concern too was taking him to a trainer and ruin what I have created! I have had young horses before, this is just my first Friesian! I saved for many yrs. to aquire him. As I told the "trainer", I ride him in an Indian Bosal and actually he goes ALOT better in it than the bit! I have not cantered with him yet as he is still clumsy and off balance a little. But we will tackle that later!
Again, I am glad to hear less is more! That is what I was always taught.......

J

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