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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by spot View Post
    This would be fine in Canada, but not in the UK. Turnout and tack are different.
    Yeah that's why I say it's very different. I only posted what I know and the rules from home just for some multi-culturism

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    You keep dragging up such old threads

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    For showing inhand in a "potential driving horse class" - an inhand bridle or bridle?
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    How old is pony?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red View Post
    How old is pony?
    Hattie, so grown up (8 )
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    Riding bridle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loopy View Post
    Riding bridle
    I'll have the Pelham for the class before or the snaffle for the class after? Showing really isn't my thing

    Never heard of potential driving horse before as a class.
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    I'd go with pelham ridden bridle - but you can judge which she looks better in, snaffle or pelham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red View Post
    I'd go with pelham ridden bridle - but you can judge which she looks better in, snaffle or pelham.

    Thank you The Pelham is quite big, not because she has a wide mouth but her face widens where the Pelham upstands come to, so a snaffle might look neater. Tiffany is going to ride her in the novice class which is why we'll have the two bits (and she's going to do a dressage class too )
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    Go with snaffle and reins over the head then
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