Horse bit pressure is quantified to protect riders

01/4/2012 | PhysOrg.com

Australian veterinarian and horse behavior expert Paul McGreevy is using a tensiometer to determine how bit pressure affects the ability of horses to decelerate in an effort to protect riders who are in danger when a horse is spooked and runs out of control. The horses may become desensitized to control when bits are severe or held too tightly, and the research will likely result in bit usage recommendations for riders.

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