Western SS Straight Copper Roller Reining Bit

$25.99
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Western SS Straight Copper Roller Reining Bit

$25.99

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Buy 3 or more, each at $23.39
Buy 6 or more, each at $22.87

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
  • Stainless steel
  • 8-1/2" loose cheeks lessen mouth shock and give excellent control
  • 5.5" broken mouthpiece
  • Slobber chain
  • Pinchless! 

    Copper cricket to pacify the nervous horse.

  • Product Reviews by Customers

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    This bit works great. I've used it on my trail horses young and old and there is absolutely no head tossing or other bad behaviors. I am ordering this extra bit for my husband's horse who doesn't like a standard curb or snaffle. He tried mine and his horse is much better with this bit. It is not a severe bit if you have light hands and know how to ride.
    Colleen R on Jan 20, 2016
    I have been looking for a western bit that would make my quarter horse listen more to my arm movements. I found that when I tried this bit it really helped. But to be light on a horses mouth that is sensitive.
    Jeanette P on Jul 3, 2015
    I chose this bit as a second choice for my horse.
    Joan M on Sep 24, 2015
    I have this bit in a smaller size. It seems to be comfy for the horses and still enough control. Just got a horse with a wider mouth and don't know her history (rescue) so going to start with this.
    D B on Apr 8, 2015