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contact issues

2 Answers Posted in Dressage, asked by shelley guillot, one year 1. 559 hits.

3

Answers

Bomber Control Plate BC45 for British Eventing dressage?

3 Answers Posted in Eventing, asked by Rhi, 2 years ago. 557 hits.

1

Answer

Previous Riding School horse

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kristen, 2 years ago. 556 hits.

1

Answer

Horse not salivating

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Carla, 3 years ago. 555 hits.

1

Answer

Bomber Happy Tongue

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Di, 2 years ago. 554 hits.

1

Answer

Bomber Fulmer Dressage Plate (Code B14, Size 135)

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Zelda van Eck, 2 years ago. 552 hits.

1

Answer

Not accepting the contact

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Kate, one year 1. 548 hits.

1

Answer

1

Answer

Which bit to use to avoid swelling at the corners of the mouth.

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Jenny revell, 3 years ago. 545 hits.

1

Answer

Could a Happy Tongue work for my horse?

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by Ella, 2 years ago. 544 hits.

1

Answer

USEA/USEF/Dressage Legal

1 Answer Posted in Starting Young Horses, asked by Julia Becker, one year 1. 539 hits.

0

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TB occasionally ignoring bit in matches

0 Answers Posted in Polo, asked by Alex Brooman-White, 3 years ago. 538 hits.

1

Answer

Grinding teeth and tilting head to one side

1 Answer Posted in General, asked by vanessa birketoft, 2 years ago. 538 hits.

1

Answer

Is the Loose Ring Elliptical bit FEI allowed for eventing dressage?

1 Answer Posted in Eventing, asked by Sophie Alexander, 3 years ago. 536 hits.

1

Answer

Bomber Fulmer Dressage Plate (Code B14, Size 135)

1 Answer Posted in Dressage, asked by Zelda van Eck, 2 years ago. 534 hits.

1

Answer

Jumping bit for sensitive OTTB

1 Answer Posted in Eventing, asked by Gemma, 2 years ago. 528 hits.

0

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Strong Pony

0 Answers Posted in General, asked by Amber Delahooke, 2 years ago. 517 hits.

0

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What bit would you suggest?

0 Answers Posted in General, asked by Danielle, 2 years ago. 505 hits.

1

Answer

Bit for powerful, yet soft mouthed horse.

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kennedy Eaton , 2 years ago. 504 hits.

1

Answer

Well mannered TB

1 Answer Posted in Eventing, asked by Cristina, 2 years ago. 502 hits.
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