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Julie Goodnight Tip of the Month: A Bit of Comfort

"When connecting reins to the bit, I prefer to use a leather to leather connection for softness and a better feel. While having metal snaps in the ends of your reins is convenient for changing reins and repositioning your reins, the constant clinking of metal on metal can be irritating to your horse and makes it difficult to have a soft and steady feel on the reins. Some leather reins have a quick connect feature made of leather, which may not be as quick and convenient as a snap, but will give you a better feel on your horse's mouth."

Find more tips at Julie's websites: http://www.JulieGoodnight.com http://www.horsemaster.tv http://www.youtube.com/juliegoodnight and during Julie Goodnight's weekly TV show on RFD-TV (Wednesdays at 5:30 EST).

--Julie Goodnight



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