Evaluate dental health and bit suitability to determine if this piece of equipment could be causing training issues.
Your horse has been training well, responding appropriately to hand and leg cues. But one morning he starts tossing his head and leaning on one rein, and you’re at a loss as to why.
Meanwhile, another rider in your barn saddles up the horse she just purchased. The horse performed perfectly when she tried him out, but now he isn’t nearly as responsive.
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