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Bit for a strong but sensitive mare

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Shannon Micaela Elion, 5 months ago. 168 hits.

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strong but soft horse

2 Answers Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Mia Baker, 8 months ago. 269 hits.

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Bit for my TB

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Rhiain, 8 months ago. 202 hits.

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Luggy

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kristin , 8 months ago. 178 hits.

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Showjumping bit for warmblood

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Jenny , 9 months ago. 215 hits.

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Which Happy Tongue Bit?

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Ella, 9 months ago. 218 hits.

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Bit for very sensitive gelding with a parrot mouth.

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Tammy, 9 months ago. 240 hits.

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Bit for powerful, yet soft mouthed horse.

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kennedy Eaton , 10 months ago. 257 hits.

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Difficult Show Jumper

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Catharina Jefferson, 12 months ago. 349 hits.

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Bit for a snatcher

3 Answers Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Natascha Erasmus, one year 1. 537 hits.

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Previous Riding School horse

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kristen, one year 1. 341 hits.

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Bit for a jumper with a sensitive mouth

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Dominique Fournelle, 2 years ago. 957 hits.

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Bit for a strong fast warmblood

3 Answers Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Caron Brown, 2 years ago. 715 hits.

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Strong Stallion - leaning down onto the bit

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Kayla Gertenbach, 2 years ago. 655 hits.

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2 1/2 ring vs Williams

1 Answer Posted in Showjumping & Hunter, asked by Cheryl, 2 years ago. 646 hits.
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