Korsteel Uxeter Cambridge Mth Kimberwick

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Korsteel® Uxeter Cambridge Mouth Kimberwick

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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Good bit when children or beginners ride my well-trained horse; makes them feel more secure because it makes him stop a little smoother and faster. Ottherwise, he is fine with tender touch or hackamore,
SUSAN G on Mar 10, 2015
tried it on my horse and he works very well in it.
Curtis P on Jun 18, 2014
My trainer recommended that we switch to a Kimberwick bit as it is gentle on the mouth, but has two levels of leverage depending on where you attach the reins. This one is stainless steel and should last forever. Price was reasonable.
Susan B on Jun 20, 2014
I chose this bit because the reviews coincide with the need I have for my horse
DANIELLE A on Mar 11, 2014
Can you use this bit to work on lateral flexion since it has a single bar mouthpiece, or is the jointed kimberwick a better option?
casey h on Jan 21, 2016
Best Answer: You can definitely work on lateral flexion. The type of bit you go with will really depend on your horse and your hands. If you have any questions, see if you can get a trainer to give you a recommendation. I use one on my Arabian and he likes it – flexes great and carries himself well. Doesn’t have any trouble with cues.
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