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Preview: Dennis Moreland: Spurs & Bits

Do you have sore feet when you wear your boots? Well it could be that your spurs are not fitting properly! Long time tack expert Dennis Moreland helps you understand how to fit your spur with your boot. He also gives great practical advice on saddling and tying up safety plus lots more:

* Is rust bad on bits?
* How to fit a breast collar
* How to put a tie-down on your horse to make it safe
* What spur length you should have

Categories: Outside the Arena, Tack. • Tags: bits, dennis moreland, spurs.
Part 1
Dennis talks about how the spur should sit on your boot and how long your shank should be. He also talks about rust on bits and whether you should take it off for the horse.
Part 2
Adjusting your saddle pad can help the saddle sit better on your horse once you have put the saddle on! Dennis explains this and gives great safety tips on tying up and how to measure what size cinch you should have for your particular horse.
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