Korsteel Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

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4 1/2 Inch


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Product Summary:

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Korsteel® Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

For the traditional Hunter look, the Full Cheek Snaffle is available in a variety of mouth pieces. Each mouthpiece determines the function of the bit. The full cheeks prevent the cheeks from pulling through the Horse’s mouth. And, when fitted with bit loops that attach to the bridle, the bit becomes more stable for increased lateral control.


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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice This was a nice bit for my pony. I got the 5 inch (that was all they had at the store) and with a few adjustments to the bit pieces on my bridle, it worked pretty well. Will be getting a 4 1/2 in. bit soon. Great for training, as I've had to re-train my Welsh Mountain Pony. :) February 8, 2012
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it's hard to find 5 1/2 bits that are resonably prices!
Christina D on Dec 18, 2013
what size snaffle bit should I get for a QH?
gerri h on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: For the best fit, you should measure your horse's mouth. The easiest way is using a piece of string. Normally you add a 1/4 to 1/2 inch to the length depending on the type of bit you are using. There are a number of really good articles online that discuss how to choose the proper length and width of a bit. I bought this bit for my Haflinger. He's a big wide boy.
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