A two part article, the first speaks mainly to the widespread love-affair with double-bridles as a means to fake working on much more advanced levels than the
horses were actually ready for and the detrimental effects thereof. In the second article Karl describes the interrelationship between the snaffle and the curb and describes what some would call “an unorthodox arrangement” for holding the reins, particularly during warm-up.

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