Bits, Bitting & Advice — Neue Schule

Neue Schule Starter Vs Verbindend

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What are they for and how can you tell them apart?! In our latest shipment we were lucky enough to get a couple of bits in that I've wanted to write an article about for a few months.  It's rare that we have both of these in stock in similar sizes for very long as they usually sell quickly.  This was originally going to be a video, but alas, one of the bits has sold already and is on its way to a new home today, so a blog post it is!Two of Neue Schule's most popular bits are the...

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Not sure if Angry, or German - (don't yell louder).

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Don't Just Yell Louder - When your horse doesn't understand your language, speak a different one.  Finding the right Bit for your horse.

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Sensitive Mouths

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Sensitive Mouths God bless these sensitive souls, princess and the pea types. They dislike firm contact and will generally evade it in two extremes - those who tuck their nose in an attempt to take the pressure off their mouths, and those fling their head up and down trying to shake the contact off. These types of horses need soft, gentle bits that encourage the horse to take the contact forward and down. Generally they go well in double jointed bits as opposed to single jointed bits which have a nutcracker action (which some horses prefer, but not these guys,...

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Busy Mouths

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A horse that has a “busy mouth” is pretty easy to spot, because they’re always doing SOMETHING with their mouth, often even when you don’t have contact just standing around talking to your friends.

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