Korsteel Regular Dee Snaffle Bit

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4 3/4 Inch


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5 1/2 Inch


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Korsteel® Regular Dee Snaffle Bit
One of the most basic forms of biting, the Dee Ring Snaffle is a relatively mild snaffle that comes in a variety of mouthpieces. Whether you are starting a horse, or just going back to the basics, this bit helps with lateral movement while achieving suppleness from jaw to tail.
Mouth Thickness:   15mm
Ring Size:   3 inches

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Jean G on Oct 11, 2015
Have a Korsteel that I've used on my first pony - it's worked great. Easy to clean, no rust after 2 years, and the pony is always happy to go to work - she reaches for the bit when I go to bridle her. So I ordered this one for our second pony, hopefully she takes to it as well.
Larissa B on May 8, 2015
Value & Hard to find size of 4 3/4 for our arabian.
Jeanelle C on Sep 16, 2015
so I can put it in your mouth so you can't spread the word about your promo codes
rick w on Jun 12, 2014
I have a paint mare and I don't know what size bit to get. Any suggestions?
Sarah B on Jan 9, 2014
Best Answer: I have several paints and quarter horses ranging in size from 14'3 hands to 16'2 hands. The majority of my horses wear a 5 1/4 inch bit. Since this bit doesn't come in that size option, I would definitely go with a 5 1/2 inch bit. Unless your mare is pretty small, the 5" would probably be way to tight in her mouth.
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