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Once the teeth have been checked and the appropriate bit inserted, we riders ought to be cautious with our hands. Dressage judges treat tongue hanging as ‘resistance’ simply because it really is so frequently a reaction to the rider’s hands.

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Jessica Jahiel, PhD Help for Tongue Resistancehttp://equisearch.com/horses_riding_training/english/dressage/eqjahiel3496/

Reasons For Tongue-Hanging

I did not obsess about her tongue hanging (or head-wagging, bit-snatching, etc.) and concentrated on riding her as sensitively as achievable,nike free pink, with consistent contact and even rein pressure. I took it slowly.

Profile of a Tongue-Hanger

These horse-men and ladies use exactly the same basic method I stumbled upon: keep the horse pleased, ignore his habit and it is going to go away.

Over time I noticed her tongue staying in her mouth for longer periods. As Dr. Jahiel says, this problem doesn’t go away overnight. However it did go away. I’d removed almost everything that may possibly trigger my mare discomfort, tension or boredom and stopped worrying about her tongue.

I plied Rubesca with day-to-day TLC and rode her as if she had no quirks. Her workload was varied, with a number of trail rides per week.

Who would have thought she’d turn out to be the most effective horse I ever owned, winning numerous 1 day events,Nike Free 5.0 + Anti-Fur Mens Running Shoes Black Orange, dressage and show jumping competitions?

Horses’ mouths differ, but Dr Jahiel recommends obtaining “the thinnest, smoothest bit which will be the most comfy for the horse.”

That is actually a viewpoint I cannot share.

I ride her son in a fairly thin French link, which Dr. Jahiel recommends for horses with thick tongues and low palates. He’s pleased with it and not hanging his tongue.

It’s crucial not to use the horse’s mouth for balance. It assists to picture how we would feel if an individual rested on a shaft inserted inside our own mouths.

Dr. Jahiel stresses the significance of sustaining even get in touch with with each reins: sometimes tongue lolling is really a reaction to an excessive amount of pressure on 1 side of the mouth.

Rider’s Hands


The Bit

Teeth Problems

I talked to trainers who’ve tried different solutions to stop horses from hanging their tongues. After addressing feasible physical issues, they discovered artificial attempts to restrain the horse’s tongue exacerbated the issue.

Causes of mouth discomfort differ. Brenda Imus, of Brenda Imus Gaited Horse Services suggests obtaining the teeth examined and floated, as it’s possible the teeth cut into the horse’s tongue when the bit is inserted. The animal hangs it to keep away from the pain.

Ms. Imus also says the habit may possibly be “so ingrained that even following all the stressors are removed, (the horse) will should have his tongue physically held in location till he becomes accustomed to it.”


Don’t Obsess

Brenda Imus consists of tension and boredom as causes for tongue hanging in horses, and suggests varying their work in places with room for them to stretch and move. To this I would add turning the horse out as a lot as feasible with friendly companions, and decreasing his idle time within the stall.

Both specialists point out that a horse’s tongue is quite thick. There is little or no room for the bit, a contraption which causes him to salivate. He need to have the ability to swallow that saliva comfortably. If the bit is too huge, held too strongly or the nose band shuts his mouth too tightly, he will need to get his tongue out with the way so that you can swallow.

My own experience supports this. Early on I changed Rubesca’s thick jointed snaffle to a thinner, smoother Content Mouth. I utilised this soft rubber bit despite the fact that she was enormously strong cross country. Due to the fact it didn’t hurt her, she listened, and I think this contributed to her eventually forgetting to loll her tongue.

Approximately 1 year into our relationship, she’d kicked the tongue-hanging habit, which made me wonder why horses hang their tongues and whether my way of ‘curing’ Rubesca is widespread?

Rubesca was given to me for free, a petite eighteen-year-old chestnut Thoroughbred with a host of bad habits, one of which was tongue hanging. That large muscle lolled out of the left side of her mouth almost non-stop: she looked ridiculous.

In her post “Help for Tongue Resistance” Jessica

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