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contact issues

2 Answers Posted in Dressage, asked by shelley guillot, 3 months ago. 191 hits.

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Correct bit for horse

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Desi, 5 months ago. 182 hits.

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Dressage Legal

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Lisa Siebrits, 7 months ago. 225 hits.

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BD legal

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Tracy, 8 months ago. 174 hits.

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Dressage legal bit for a pony

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Louise Stadler, 8 months ago. 144 hits.

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Need dressage legal bit the horse will better in.

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Nancy Frascone, 8 months ago. 193 hits.

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Dressage legal bit for horse who likes stability

0 Answers Posted in Dressage, asked by Jessica Yeung , 10 months ago. 254 hits.

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Drop cheek snaffle

2 Answers Posted in Dressage, asked by Mary Baillie, one year 1. 597 hits.

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Bomber Fulmer Dressage Plate (Code B14, Size 135)

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Zelda van Eck, 2 years ago. 529 hits.

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Bomber Fulmer Dressage Plate (Code B14, Size 135)

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Zelda van Eck, 2 years ago. 428 hits.

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Bomber Fulmer Dressage Plate (Code B14, Size 135)

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Zelda van Eck, 2 years ago. 411 hits.

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Have been recommended to use the bomber lock up snaffle....

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Hannah Parker, 2 years ago. 503 hits.

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USEF legal?

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Gayle Cohen, 2 years ago. 634 hits.

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Chomping on bit?

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Kendra, 3 years ago. 757 hits.

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Does not enjoy the bit

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Sarah, 3 years ago. 760 hits.

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chewing on the bit and moving jaw from side to side, opens mouth

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by anja, 3 years ago. 783 hits.

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dressage stallion

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by dennis lambert, 3 years ago. 685 hits.

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Head shaker crosses jaw runs away tries to push bit out with tongue

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Dorothy Meyer, 3 years ago. 733 hits.
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