SS Curb Bit with Copper Roller

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5 Inch Port

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Western SS Med Port Roller Curb Bit
 
5 inch medium port with copper cricket and 6 1/2 inch cheeks. Chrome plated. Pinchless.

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Liked the high port with the copper roller. Horse loves it
Rebecca S on Nov 14, 2015
Bought this for my girlfriend for her horse. Was an inexpensive bit and it worked great for her
Carla K on Sep 1, 2015
I feel I will have better control over my horse with this bit.
Joan M on Sep 24, 2015
I wanted to try the copper roller.
Shelley C on Aug 7, 2015
my quarter horse is giving me trouble. does not respond to bit throws head up and i have to make him go in circles to stop. He seems to be fighting his present bit which is a tom thumb. Wondering if this bit would help solve the problem? He is getting to be a problem to ride.
Joe S on Sep 2, 2014
Best Answer: I went through several bits before I hit on the right one. I've heard that Tom Thumb bits do not transmit a clear signal to the horse due to the broken mouth snaffle action combined with the shanks. My QH gelding was also throwing his head and fighting the bit- I was using a broken mouth, shanked transition or training bit at the time. I changed him to a kimberwicke at first, it has the stop that a snaffle lacks, yet is not overly severe. Once he was going well in the kimberwicke, I tried a medium port curb with a copper roller, and he loves it! I now ride completely loose reined, and have not had one issue with him. Good luck, don't give up, but try different bits to see what works for you and your horse.
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Can you use a chin strap with this bit?
A shopper on Dec 22, 2015
Best Answer: This is a curb bit and should be used with a curb strap that goes under the lower jaw (chin). My Arab cross responds very well to this bit. His curb strap is a double chain strap.
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