Can I compete in dressage bit less?


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No. To compete you must have the correct bit for your Competition.
The list of required tack and turnout is very specific.
For instance:"The dressage horse is only permitted to be shown in a snaffle bit, and the rules regarding bitting vary from organization to organization. The loose-ring snaffle with a single- or double-joint is most commonly seen. Harsher snaffle bits, such as twisted wire, corkscrews, slow-twists, and waterfords are Not permitted, nor are pelhams, kimberwickes, or gag bits. Upper level and FEI dressage horses are shown in a double bridle, using both a bradoon and a curb bit with a smooth curb chain. "
Points are given and lost for appropriate turnout and equipment.

I am so proud of Apolo Anton Ohno, are you?

yeah. just be like, "mom, i want to stop doing dressage, i think the hats look gay."

hunter/jumper is where it's at. holla!

Has any one heard of kids speacial olympics?

No i believe you need to have the bit in.

How many events can an olympic athlete compete in?

i don't think you can compete without one but im not sure, never seen it done.

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