Korsteel Polo Pelham Bit

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Product Summary:

Korsteel® Polo Pelham Bit

The Pelham bit, with its double set of reins, combines the function of a snaffle and the action of a curb bit. The top rein provides snaffle pressure to the tongue and corners of the mouth, while the bottom rein increases leverage and curb chain pressure. Low port.  6" shank.

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My husband's choice for his Andulisans
Rachel M on Apr 11, 2015
I have a very strong 17.3hh American Warmblood who can become quite forward out on a vigorous hack. Occasionally, he requires reminding that I, or my husband who is an accomplished rider and trainer, are on his back. This bit is not severe but does do a phenomenal job of reminding him of our presence and that he needs to be attentive to our cues. We love the leverage of this bit, and only use it when we are running our big boy our in the field.
Nina P on Apr 28, 2014
How long are the shanks on this bit?
carina d on Jul 19, 2015
Best Answer: It is around 4 inches
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Can be used on quarter horse??
Rafael D on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: Yes the Pelham can be used on a quarter horse . I actually bought it for an appendix (thoroughbred /quarter horse ) but like any other bit you have to try it on the horse and see if he responds well to it. Also make sure the size is right 51/2 is for a large horse.
Reply · Report · Celia B on Dec 28, 2014
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How is the shank measured?
Madeline H on Aug 10, 2015
Best Answer: Shanks are measured from the middle of the bit ring where the snaffle rein is attached, down to the bottom of the curb rein ring. The portion above the bit is called the purchase.
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