Properly Adjusted Britchen

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Do not ride with a crupper.

Always ride with a britchen — always.

The mule and donkey are not a horse and they are designed differently. The mule and donkey tail is not meant to withstand the amount of pressure a crupper produces. The solution — ride with a britchen, even on flat ground.

In this video Steve Edwards demonstrates how to properly adjust your britchen for the corresponding terrain and explains why it is imperative to ride with a britchen regardless of terrain.

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