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Since three years ago, I removed the metal from his mouth, as I always felt it was cruel. We are now both happy. From the very first trial he showed positive and thankful response. He does everything better than before and listens more to my voice.
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Thank you for telling me about your horse. I knew he had to be a hot blood, I just could not figure which group.
I have found that bitless or bitted that it does take just as good coordination of the aids to get the horse cooperative. Luckily I haven't had a problem, but being handicapped I just ride on the flat in a ring mostly at a walk and trot. What you do is a lot more challenging!
I agree that your horse is beautiful. What breed is he?
I have been riding bitless off and on for almost 35 years. My Multiple Sclerosis messes up my hands, and the mares I ride are very firm about telling me when I need to switch back to bitless. They are always right.
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