Choosing the Right Bit for Your Horse: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-273

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Storey Publishing, Aug 15, 2001 - Pets - 32 pages

Jessica Jahiel explains everything you need to know about the different types of bits and how they work so that you can decide which one is best for your horse, your goals, and your budget. She also shows you how to position and adjust bits correctly and goes over the options for riders who prefer not to use a bit at all.


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User Review  - cbarw2345 -

This is a great little book full of information that all should know and remember for the horses sake.The detail on each bit is right on and correct.The author of this book is very good in detailing ... Read full review

another great one for your library!

User Review  - cyndi43 -

I cant keep these in my store.........whether your a beginner or an advanced rider in any discipline.......this book helps you understand what you are asking of your horse from each bit and why. Bits ... Read full review

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Jessica Jahiel is an internationally renowned lecturer, clinician, and award-winning author who answers equine-related questions in her online newsletter, Horse-Sense. She also responds to questions about horse behavior, riding matters, and anything else readers want to discuss in Horse & Rider, Equus, and Dressage Today, as well as in her best-selling books The Horse Behavior Problem Solver and The Rider's Problem Solver. Jahiel lives in Illinois.

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