You did well on this forum in such a short time... it took me much longer to find out about the pics...
You'r obviously a quick learner!
Your horses look very nice, I like the Rocky Mountain horse best.
Only found out about this kind of horses recently and they are so beautiful!
Luckily you don't see them over here or I would fall in love with them immediately... and with my herd of 4 have enough work for the moment
Leigh said that they are so 'spiffy'. Could not find a translation of this word, so don't really understand wat he means?
I am so happy that you started bridleless after what happened to your horse. It sounds quite mean what has gone on there
When I bought Tachat he also had mouth injuries (from pulling), marks on his withers (from the saddle) as well as scars on his hind legs and the walking problem.
I hated the people (still do actually) who have done this to him! Some things I will never forgive...
Because I could not ride properly, I decided I wanted to go bitless only, so at least I could not harm his mouth anymore...
Up till today, I have never used a bit anymore, but as you know from my post, I have not been riding very much yet.
My final aim is to go completely bridleless on bare back (without the pad, I mean).
Even though it is sometimes a bit hard for my behind, especially on Tachat
So for him I like to use my Torsion treeless saddle.
Look forward to learn from your experience!
Greets from Belgium!