ETN CPD - Bits and Bitting Answers August 2017

A) Weymouth
B) Pelham
C) Running gag
A) Rotating
B) Relieving tension in the cheekpieces
C) Acting as a lever
A) Proprioception
B) Interoception
C) Exteroception
A) Sesamoid bone
B) Occipital bone
C) Hyoid bone
A) Even distribution of pressure over the tongue
B) Thick so that there is lower pressure
C) Thin so that the horse can close its mouth more readily
A) 0.5 – 2.5 cm
B) 1-2 cm
C) 1.5 – 2 cm
A) An extension above, or, below the mouthpiece
B) An extension above the mouthpiece
C) An extension above and below the mouthpiece
A) Single jointed snaffle
B) Double jointed snaffle
C) Waterford
A) Distribute pressure evenly over the tongue and avoids bar pressure
B) Ensures nothing presses into the tongue
C) Both a and b
A) Vertical
B) Backwards
C) Forward