Jp Oval Mouth Loose Ring Bit

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4 1/2 Inch


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Product Summary:

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JP Korsteel® Oval Mouth Loose Ring Bit 
Developed in conjunction with world-renowned trainer and jockey John Patterson, JP Bits provide the utmost comfort for your horse. Unlike regular jointed snaffle's nearly straight mouthpiece sections, JP bits have a unique curved shaped that eliminates the interference that conventional bits can cause. All JP bit feature curved bars that prevent the bit from hitting the roof of the horse's mouth and eliminate the nutcracker-like action that can pinch the horse's tongue. Thick, kind, double-jointed mouthpiece with curved bars eliminates "nutcracker" tongue pinching and encourages horse's chewing motion.
Item Specifications:
Stainless Steel 
20mm diameter

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Excited to see how my horse reacts to this bit compared to the Waterford!
DEBRA R on May 9, 2016
it's a great mild bit for my young horse
Wendy E on Oct 10, 2015
"quality and price plus fast shipping
Karen H on Mar 7, 2016
Wanted to try a bean mouth piece on my horse. She LOVES it compared to the french link.
Andrea H on May 19, 2014
Is this bit curved? I'm looking for a JP Curve Oval Mouth Loose could also include the name Korsteel...but def needs to curve?
H&H Rider on Mar 3, 2015
Best Answer: there is a light curve to the two outer bit bars. the middle "button" is not curved. the curve is from the ring to middle, not a curve up or down, if you can follow my meaning.
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