1

Answer

Throwing head and pushing nose out not staying behind the bit

1 Answer Posted in Racing, asked by Leslie, one year 1. 275 hits.

1

Answer

Inconsistent contact question

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Charlotte Horsley, one year 1. 515 hits.

1

Answer

fighting the bit

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Kari Goza, one year 1. 386 hits.

3

Answers

Bomber Control Plate BC45 for British Eventing dressage?

3 Answers Posted in Eventing, asked by Rhi, one year 1. 469 hits.

0

Answers

Horse with access gum

0 Answers Posted in General, asked by Samantha, one year 1. 353 hits.

2

Answers

strong but soft horse

2 Answers Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Mia Baker, one year 1. 530 hits.

1

Answer

Bomber Happy Tongue

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Di, one year 1. 530 hits.

3

Answers

What is the web strap for on 3 ring happy tongue can I use noseband

3 Answers Posted in General, asked by Julie Kilby , one year 1. 348 hits.

1

Answer

Bit guidance for sensitive but strong Irish Draught

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Elsbeth Hanson, one year 1. 534 hits.

1

Answer

Bit for my TB

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Rhiain, one year 1. 327 hits.

1

Answer

Bomber Happy Tongue

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Di, one year 1. 502 hits.

1

Answer

Luggy

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kristin , one year 1. 335 hits.

3

Answers

1

Answer

Which Happy Tongue Bit?

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Ella, 2 years ago. 386 hits.

1

Answer

Bit for very sensitive gelding with a parrot mouth.

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Tammy, 2 years ago. 413 hits.

1

Answer

Leans, pulls down and is unhappy in every bit I've tried!

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Laura, 2 years ago. 504 hits.

1

Answer

Loose ring ultra comfy lock up

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Lara Botha, 2 years ago. 1331 hits.

1

Answer

Jumping bit for sensitive OTTB

1 Answer Posted in Eventing, asked by Gemma, 2 years ago. 484 hits.

1

Answer

Bit for powerful, yet soft mouthed horse.

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kennedy Eaton , 2 years ago. 455 hits.
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