We all know how bits work and we think that we know all about it, that it is not difficult to get to know how each bit mechanically operates.
It is not always the case and the right thing to do to use a strong bit because certain horses react differently to different bits. Using ‘les’ bit can sometimes be more beneficial than using a ‘strong’ one. There exist bitting schemes for people to use in horse training and understanding how these bits work, the pressure they impose on the horse and the degree of the pressure is a must for every horse rider.
There are a lot of bits available in the market which range from traditional varieties to more complicated patterns and all of them might or might not achieve much in terms of horse training and riding. Bomber Nel talks about the actions that different gags and snaffles play on the horses. Watch and share!
How Bits Work – Gag's, Snaffles & Their Actions:(For more FREE training on bitting go here: https://courses.gavsays.com/p/Bitting-Workshop )Choosing the right bit for your horse is often a challenge….So equip yourself with an understanding of how bits work – and the different action of each bit, to make choosing the right bit easier.In this repost of the interview with Bomber Nel, he tells us about the actions of the different Gags and Snaffles.For more bitting advice: https://courses.gavsays.com/p/Bitting-Workshop-Gav