WTH is this?

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  1. palogal

    palogal Senior Member

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    918547DB-9DA7-4CED-AEB5-BAB3EBE66954.jpeg I see the cchambon. What is the rest of this set up?
     
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  2. peg4x4

    peg4x4 Senior Member

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    Don't know,but it needs a couple of more leather straps,there's always room for more
     

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    StarPattern Senior Member

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    50 Shades Of Grey: Equine Edition.
     
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    manesntails Senior Member

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    Something an incompetent person uses to force a horse to over bend and never want to get on the bit again.
     
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    doublelranch Senior Member

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    Is that a backward shanked bit in the OP attached to the girth?
     
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    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    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.
     
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    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    Looks like it.
     
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    manesntails Senior Member

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    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
     
  9. palogal

    palogal Senior Member

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    What is that bridle? Figure 8?
    It looks like a shanked bit with some kind of German Martingale attachment.
     
  10. sandstorm

    sandstorm Senior Member

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    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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