Home HG Volume 09 HG Issue 33 – Winter 2017 Tying up the Snaffle Bit with Paul Dietz

Tying up the Snaffle Bit with Paul Dietz


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 33

Some young horses can develop the habit of getting their tongue over the bit. An acceptable method for discouraging this would be to tie the snaffle bit up in their mouth where a horse couldn’t get their tongue over it and learn to carry the bit comfortably. Paul shows how to use a piece of baling twine to prevent this habit from becoming a problem.

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