J P’s Gusto equipped with Fig-8, nasal flair, and tongue-tie

5 thoughts on “J P’s Gusto equipped with Fig-8, nasal flair, and tongue-tie”

  1. Not only in Europe Sid,

    I am sending you a picture of Mojita (Stormin Fever) beating stablemate Noble Vine (Tumblebrutus) in the 7 furlongs Clásico Ejército de Chile on September 10 at Club Hípico de Santiago, (Chile). Both are using Fig-8 nose bands.

    But following up the comment by fmitchell07, do you know a text, article or whatever about how to make a horse start? I have a 4 year gelding (half brother of Group 1 winner Desert Fight by the way who enters the gate but stay there. Every method known in Chile has been tried.

    best wishes

    Pablo Reyes

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