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Tenterden, Kent

Designed By Chris S White


Welcome to Gill's Horse Bit Advice

Based in Tenterden, Kent. Gill travels across the UK to give you independent bitting advice. 


These are few reasons why it should be part of your normal Equestrian routine to get your bits

professionally selected and fitted.


Whether you're trying to address a specific type of bit evasion, looking to gain extra marks or simply want peace of mind that you have the best possible choice to suit your horse and you the rider.


A large part of selecting the best bit for your horse is influenced by your horse's facial conformation.

Incorrect horse bitting

Gill will look at the size of tongue and how it fills the mouth cavity, depth and thickness of lips, length of bars, space and width in the soft palate - roof of mouth. There are breed traits that benefit from specific shapes and with age the mouth changes shape as the teeth go through different stages of growth.


Gill would always recommend that the usual rider is part of the bit choice as we all have our own style and


preference of riding and the bit can be chosen specially to suit the unique horse and rider combination. 

Gill also welcomes the chance for your regular trainer to be part of the consultation process.


Gill can tweak the level of control or suggestion from the bit as some riders are very light with the hand which the horse may find difficult to interpret and some who prefer a heavier feel on the rein which the horse finds too much to comprehend. Also many riders have a single horse and perhaps less as effective as a professional rider from seat and leg.There are also many stages of training which we work through using different methods. The continual path to help balance and straightness preparing for the move to the

next stage of learning and training.


Control and confidence for both horse and rider can be extremely relative when selecting an improved bit


choice which can also help the rider maintain a better and more effective seat and position.


Although changing the bit will not be the magic wand - but it should be the important piece

of the puzzle that helps you complete the overall picture.




Find out more and download our What To Expect Consultation Guide

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