Resistance in the Bridle

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Resistance in the bridle is always related to the state of tension in the back. Sometimes it's hard to say which comes first, kind of like the age old question of the chicken and the egg. Is the horse's tense, braced back causing him to resist the bit? Or is the act of bracing against the bit causing the horse's back to tighten? (Click on Article Title above (in blue) to read full article)


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