Bits and Bitting (AAEP 2001)

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"Bits and bridles are for communication," Bennett told the sizable group that gathered to hear the three-person presentation. "They are not handles to stabilize the rider in the saddle or instruments for punishing the horse. Accomplished riders use their seat and legs before the bit to communicate their wishes to their mount."

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