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Bit Fitting 101 with Beth Haist of The Horse Of Course

  • 11/06/2018
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Heronwood Farm, Muir Lane, Midway, KY

Picking the right bit for your horse is crucial, but so many riders use ill fitting, or ill matched, bits because they’re convenient or misunderstood. Join renowned expert Beth Haist from The Horse Of Course to expand your bitting knowledge, and then bring your horse for a consultation.

Beth will cover correct fit, the effects of various mouth- pieces and ring styles, and competition legality, and will discuss both snaffle and double bridles.

She will then offer limited private sessions to consult on you and your horse’s individual needs.

Beth Haist has years of experience matching riders to premier equipment, from the grassroots to high performance sport. Her Horse of Course tack shop is renowned throughout the dressage world for being the source for top shelf tack and rider needs. Trained by bit engineers in Europe, Beth doesn't work for an individual bit manufacturer; her job is to find the right equipment for you, not hustle for one particular brand.

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 6pm—9pm Heronwood Farm • Muir Lane, Midway Cost: $30 per person

Program: Lecture/Discussion • Question and Answer Evaluation with Demo Horses

Reserve your spot early—space limited Judi: 859-396-6503 Julie: 859-533-9924

Light food and beverage available

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Midsouth Eventing & Dressage Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

MSEDA’s mission is to promote and preserve the sports of Eventing and Dressage in the Mid-South area, by providing leadership and education to its members and the community at large. To further these goals, MSEDA will provide educational opportunities, fair and safe competitions, promote the welfare of the horse and rider and reward the pursuit of excellence from the grass roots to the FEI level.

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