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For those that say "Snaffle Bits" are kind - Great Horse Sporting Events - Rick Gore Horsemanship

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Uploaded on Jul 18, 2010

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Here is a link to another video that shows a bit inside the horses mouth:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMfcc0...

OK PEOPLE ONE MORE TIME SINCE SOME STILL DON'T GET IT, A BIT IS DESIGNED, MADE AND CREATED TO CAUSE PAIN. IF YOU PUT THAT IN A SENSITIVE AREA OF A HORSE LIKE HIS MOUTH, TEETH AND GUMS - IT IS FOR ONE REASON.

AND THAT REASON IS NOT BECAUSE YOU HAVE SOFT HANDS.

I get so very tired of people telling how they love their horses and then do this. The things is this video are done at every jumping, Gymkhana, Rodeo and horse show that I have ever seen or been to. And these are all people who have taken lessons from great riders, these are people that know what they are doing, these are that will tell make a horse "respect your space" and "show the horse who is boss". Most all bits in this video is a "snaffle bit" and everyone knows a snaffle bit is kindest, gentlest bit out there so it can't be bad? I am sure some English jumping rider or gymkhana rider is going to write me and tell how they never see this and they would never do this to there horse. Like I said, I have never been to any sporting event where I did not this done. And most of these people, especially the women, will be the same people that blanket their horse, braid the tail, give it grain and lock it up in a stall so another horse will not mark up their trophy horse, since they have to look good at their event. And people wonder why I am so hard on people, every rider in this video needs to yanked off their horse and tied to their horse's back leg and then give them reins and see how bad they are. Bits and metal in the mouth are bad for the horse and cause pain. Metal in the mouth = less horsemanship.

Here is a link to the man that I think made this video:
http://www.nevzorovhauteecole.com/en/...

Here is another Bit Video that explains the pain:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0a-aV0...

Another Bit Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0a-aV0...

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