Wonder Bit for HorsesBit for horses
You know how to use magic dentures? Beasts.
Miracle bit is a changed kind of gadget bit. The chisel has a light shaft, which gives it a lever effect when the reins are not fixed to the shaft by the ring but to the shaft. Miracle bit is used to train or train horses that have pulled through the bit or learnt to go under the bit.
This set of teeth should only be used by advanced horsemen for riding or retraining horses, as it must be used in combination with appropriate exercise workouts. Make sure you have an unbiased fit and smooth palms before using the wonder teeth (ask a coach if he can judge your skills). Apply the bridles first to the ring of the bit to see if this will sharpen the horse's reaction by applying extra force to the corner of the lips and pollen.
Fasten the bridles to the ring on the shaft if more lever action is required or if the rider evades further. Notice that this gives the bit a lever effect that gradually raises the force applied by the rein. Interrupt the use of the teeth if the stress (pressure on the lip, canopy and chest) unsettles or confuses the rider by lifting the tip of the penis to prevent tooth engagement, breeding or new excuses.
Use the correct side and bridle manoeuvres to get the horses teeth to click in tight. Understood that the miracle bit is only a means of improving communications between an experienced horseman and the equine. Make sure that the stallion accepts the teeth by gathering, softizing his skull, and reducing the horse's evasive manoeuvres.
It is only real equestrian training that encourages the equine to use its own bodies in the context of a rally or "frame". Not a bit will coach, stop or rectify a horseman if he is not skilled in the art of equitation. Miracle teeth are heavy teeth that can cause a Horse to shoot, bock or rush at the Horseman.
Wrong use of this bit can aggravate the horse's evasive manoeuvres, hurt the horse's jaws and cause the latter to "hollow out" by lifting its own heads and falling its back. The clumsy use of this set of teeth can further startle the horses and impair their efficiency as mounts. Prodigious teeth are not a bridle and always have a certain lever effect, even if the bridles are fastened to the rim.