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  1. #1
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    Default Bradoons...

    I watched a video where kathrine haddad said pretty much all horses go in a single joint bradoon,

    That made me wonder, i prefer a 3piece one or i saw happy mouth has both mullen and single

    Would a mullen make a huge difference? I have found that alot of horses go the same or better in a mullen happy mouth compared to a french link
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    my guy is in a 3 piece lozenge eggbutt bradoon. took me months to find it!
    I've never heard of using a mullen bradoon personally
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    I don't see how a mullen mouth bradoon would work well paired with a weymouth.

    And I checked the FEI rules, and it wouldn't be legal anyway.

    Maybe you meant as a snaffle bit?

    French link, single jointed or mullen, it really depends on your horse's mouth and what you are trying to achieve.



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    Mine is partial to the KK bradoon (3 piece).



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    I've used a mullen mouth curb before but I am not sure how useful one would be as a bradoon.

    I use a Sprenger dynamic (3 piece) bradoon on both my horses, one goes in a double, the other in a snaffle.
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