DECEMBER 2005 • VOLUME 4 • HORSES For LIFE™ Magazine
earning how to ride and train in a double bridle can be somewhat confusing. As we go from riding with 2 reins to 4, but which sometimes feels like 10! It feels like there is just too much and we don't know what to do with it all. To someone who has never ridden with the double bridle it can be overwhelming. To add to the confusion there is no one way to hold these four reins. There are several different ways the reins can be arranged. How we arrange them can be dependent on the fashion of the day, but perhaps we should take a second look at what we can and cannot or should not do with our reins depending on how we hold them.
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