Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by palogal, Jul 10, 2018.
I see the cchambon. What is the rest of this set up?
Don't know,but it needs a couple of more leather straps,there's always room for more
50 Shades Of Grey: Equine Edition.
Something an incompetent person uses to force a horse to over bend and never want to get on the bit again.
Is that a backward shanked bit in the OP attached to the girth?
I can't see very well, but it looks like the bit is backward. I can't enlarge it and it's not a very clear photo.
Looks like it.
Looks like a Crit Davis overcheck bit that some idiot is using to keep the horse from raising it's head, WHICH, is not what it was designed for.
Crit Davis Bit- Closed
What is that bridle? Figure 8?
It looks like a shanked bit with some kind of German Martingale attachment.
It looks like the cord goes over the poll, under the but rings and around the front of the nose. Then maybe a separate set of cords attached to the backwards shank bit. Plus snaffle reins for the rider. Can't tell enough about the bit to see if it has a snaffle ring or if the reins are attached to the same slot as the cheek pieces
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