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How do you know if a horse's muzzle is suitable?

The position of the horse's drool in the mouth is an important factor for the horse's comfort, health and performance. The correct placement of the bit helps to avoid unpleasant sensations in the horse's mouth and possible injuries.

A horse's mouth is a sensitive area with many different muscles and nerves. The position of the bit can affect the horse's bite, teeth, tongue movement and mouth muscles. The pacifier should be placed in the mouth so that it does not put too much pressure on certain points, such as the root of the tongue or cheek muscles. The bit should also be high enough so that it does not press on the teeth, but low enough that the horse can easily close his mouth.

The width of the spout is also important to consider. The bit should be wide enough not to cause pain or discomfort in the horse's mouth, but narrow enough not to fit too deep in the mouth.

It is also important to consider the horse's individual needs and preferences. Some horses may be more sensitive to biting pressure than others, and their biting position should be adjusted accordingly. Some horses may also prefer different bits, such as curved bits or different materials.

Checking and adjusting the position of the bit regularly is important for the horse's well-being. Poorly positioned or poorly fitting bits can cause pain and discomfort to the horse, which can lead to behavioral problems and even health problems.

As a whole, taking into account the position of the horse's drool is an important part of horse training and care. By placing the mouthpiece correctly in the mouth, the horse's performance can improve and its well-being can be maintained.

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