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January 05, 2011


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When I first had Ben I rode him in a regular jointed snaffle, which I was told he was always ridden in. I was never sure about it as he used to close his mouth against it and, when it was in, his tongue would protrude slightly to one side. I thought that it probably hit against the roof of his mouth. I now ride him in a Myler comfort snaffle, which is curved and has a separate centre piece. He is a lot happier. He opens his mouth for the bit now and his tongue does not protrude to one side.

It certainly is well worth giving consideration to the type of bit.

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