Korsteel Copper Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle

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Product Summary:

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Korsteel® Copper Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
A very mild bit, the Eggbutt Snaffle is designed wide enough to be gentle on the bars and will not pinch the horse’s mouth.
Item Specifications:

Mouth Thickness: 13mm
Cheek Size:  90mm

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Customer recommendation sold me on this product!
Ardis G on Jun 13, 2016
This quality bit was available in the size needed. It is standard for training and acceptable for dressage.
SARAH B on Jun 6, 2015
Type and Size snaffle I needed for mare
Karen H on Jul 6, 2015
Because it has a copper mouth which I like, I just wish it was a 5 1/2 inch mouthpiece.
Kilea H on Mar 2, 2015
What's the difference in a copper mouth and a regular snaffle? Does the copper server any purpose?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2015
Best Answer: Copper is believed to stimulate the production of saliva in the horse's mouth, therefore, a moist mouth is conducive to having a softer mouth and softer "feel" to the reins. It is also believed to help slightly regulate the mare's hormones and so a copper mouthpiece is highly favored to use on a mare, but also benefits a male horse with the production of saliva in the mouth.
Reply · Report · Shauna R on Feb 21, 2015
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I have a gelding who has a somewhat sensitive mouth, and he tends to try to avoid contact because of this. Would anyone recommend this bit to help that?
Ellie B on Feb 13, 2016
Best Answer: I have used the Korsteel Copper
Eggbutt Snaffle for about 9 months now. I have a gelding saddle horse that will turn three in a few months and he is doing so good I'm not going to make any changes. I've been told I should now switch to a shank but he is holding his head so good and works so well why change. If he is fighting the bit I would try the Korsteel.
Reply · Report · James H on Feb 14, 2016
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