How tight should my curb chain be?

14th May 2019

The curb chain should always lay flat in the chin groove and should be adjusted so that the cheeks below the mouthpiece do not rotate backwards at more than 45° in alignment with the horse’s lips when closed. This advice applies to Weymouths and Pelhams.

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