the bit is placed on top of the tongue
The bit is placed on the tongue.
No, the bit goes over the tongue.
Under and to the back. OVER it goes on top of the tongue. if it is under the bit will have no effect
Over the tongue.
No, it goes over the tongue. If it went under the tongue, it would be very uncomfortable.
No, and please do not try to place it there. You will have a fight on your hands. The bit is placed on top the tongue between the gap of the teeth.
On the tongue. Under the tongue could cause alot of irritation, and the horse might behave badly because there is some strange thing under the very sensitive part of their tongue. You should have somebody experienced show you exactly how. ~Bree
No. The bit sits in the diastema, which is a space between the incisors and molars. It is there because of the lengthening of the horse's face. It goes over the tongue. Sometimes a horse that is playing with its bit or fighting it can get its tongue over the bit. When this happens it either will not feel signals through the reins, or its tongue will be pinched and it will go wild with pain. This can often be prevented by keeping the cheek straps tight enough to stop the horse putting its tongue over the bit. no the BIT does not go under the tongue. it goes over the tongue. the bit actually works at the corner of the mouth where the lips join. there are bits made with chains, and some have a solid bar, some have longer shanks, all made for a different reason and for use on harder to control horses, but none go under the tongue no no
Horse bits are designed to go over the tongue. This allows for pressure to be applied to the tongue and bars of the mouth without harming the horse.
I'm not sure but I don't think the size of a bit will make a horse put his tongue over his bit. The bit may be to low. Make sure the bit is touching the corners of the horses mouth. A horse that puts his tongue over his bit is avoiding the riders control and it is considered bad behaviour. You can fit a tongue grid or a tongue port to the bit witch will prevent the horse from putting his tongue over the bit.
The bit is on the bottom of the bridle. The bit goes over the tongue and should fit snuggly against the side of the horses mouth. The bit is on the bottom of the bridle. The bit goes over the tongue and should fit snuggly against the side of the horses mouth. The bit is on the bottom of the bridle. The bit goes over the tongue and should fit snuggly against the side of the horses mouth.
The bit is placed on the tongue, obviously, or it would place the toungue in a weird position.
what could a brown spot be under the tongue what could a brown spot be under the tongue
The bit will automatically go on top of the tongue when you put the bridle on the horse but if you do it wrong then it will go under the tongue so make sure you do it right if the horse lifts its head when you try so make sure that there's someone tall around to help you get the bit in>
i think the bit is placed on the tongue..
on the tongue
there is nothing you can do to soothe your tongue a bit but if you have burnt it or have eaten somehting really spicey ,yoghurt would soothe it down a bit.
I burnt my tongue on the burrito I ate for dinner. I bit my tongue.
I don't have a white ring under my tongue.
On top of the tongue.
no, but it is not far off. if it goes above 99 it could be a fever.
blue vanes, blue under the tongue i have it too