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Uploaded on Jul 22, 2009
NRCHA Hall of Fame Trainer Les Vogt explains the reason behind the two-rein phase in the traditional approach to bridling a reined cow horse. In the traditional approach the horse is first trained in the snaffle bit, and then moved to the hackamore for additional training. When that is done the transition into the bridle is made with the assistance of a bosalito, or small version of the hackamore. In this segment Les explains why this is important and shows how he uses the set up to reinforce the horse's neck reining.