Western AT Star Square Port Long Shank Bit

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Western AT Star Square Port Long Shank Bit


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5" Mouth, 7-1/2" Cheeks with Silver Star Engraving, Trim

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Lacy S on Jul 11, 2015
I purchased this bit to use especially on a couple of the horses I ride that have never been taught WHOA, are powerful movers and semi mouthed. Good hands with leg work should give me the stop I need without having to demand it with my hands but I have a little 'ask' with this one rather than the argentine he has been riding in. I am always looking for versatility due to the varied levels and ages of the ranch horses I work with.
Tamara J on Apr 27, 2014
Looks like a quality bit at a very good price.
Mark V on Mar 17, 2015
will this bit help my horse to stop her head tossing ?
A shopper on Mar 15, 2015
Best Answer: I doubt it. If your horse is tossing her head, it most likely has another issue causing the problem. I would have her teeth checked to see if she needs them floated, if they get sore they will become sensitive and fight the bit. I would also suggest working her in a round pen,in a simple snaffle bit. by tying her head around to the saddle, forcing her to move while flexing at the withers, this will make her fight against herself. I have also used a simple black bungee cord and attache snaps to each end to make the desired length and snap it to the curb chain down to the cinch. This will apply pressure on her mouth, making her use her own pressure and release to learn to keep her head down and not throw it up.
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