He rattled the snaffle in his mouth with nervous indecision—he had a notion to try it.
Only don't you go a-pullin' at her, ride her in the snaffle, and as light as you can.
That girl, madam, needs the curb, and you have been guiding her with the snaffle.'
The horse must be ridden in a snaffle, as young Flixton could tell you.
It may be necessary for her to ride at this pace with a double bridle (curb and snaffle).
The lady in Fig. 102 is riding only with a snaffle, and with a nice easy length of rein.
Fig. 100 shows how the curb and snaffle reins should be held.
Some fillies you can drive with a snaffle, others need the curb.
The snaffle may be added when he goes freely in the head-stall.
In the left hand, the snaffle to the left of the thumb, the curb to the right.