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When you use a conventional gag the rein that is attached to the roundings pulls the bit upwards in the mouth stretching the corner so the lips upwards gripping the horse's head between the lips and the poll and putting pressure on the corners, raising the head. More Info
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When you use a conventional gag the rein that is attached to the roundings pulls the bit upwards in the mouth stretching the corner so the lips upwards gripping the horse's head between the lips and the poll and putting pressure on the corners, raising the head. The large rings are particularly used in Polo to give more leverage. More Info
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A Cheltenham gag should always be ridden with two sets of reins one on the back of the snaffle ring and one on the gag cheek so that the rider can alternate between the severe gag and the snaffle action. More Info
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