Korsteel Jointed Uxeter Kimberwicke Bit

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Korsteel® Jointed Uxeter Kimberwick Bit
Commonly seen today in the English events of breed association horse shows, the Kimberwick uses a curb chain for increased leverage. The Uxeter Kimberwick has two rein slots, each changing the desired result. The upper slot is used to increase the pressure on the tongue, while the lower slot is used to increase leverage and curb chain pressure.

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Recommended by my horse trainer
Diane C on Sep 30, 2015
horse new to English controls him well
Renee G on Dec 13, 2013
My daughter is riding hunter hack in 4-H this year and needed a kind bit.
Cynthia G on Jul 10, 2015
for a horse i am retraining.
Catherine R on Sep 18, 2013
how do you know what size to buy?
veronica w on Sep 9, 2015
Best Answer: Mark a flexible plastic drinking straw with a line. Put the straw in your horse's mouth where the bit will rest. Make sure the line you marked ahead of time is against the horse's lip. Mark another line on the straw against the lip on the other side. Measure between the marks, and add a quarter inch. That should be the size you need for that horse.
Alternatively, measure the mouthpiece of a bit already in use for that horse. Mouthpiece size should be the same.
By far the most common mouthpiece size is 5 inches; this is considered "average" size.
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