Western SS Brass Copper Med Port Curb Bit

$21.49
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Western SS Brass Copper Med Port Curb Bit

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Ships to Canada
5" Mouth, 6" Cheeks with Brass Trim

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just in case my horse needs alittle more restraint
william w on Nov 14, 2015
My horse loves the copper, plus this is one of the best bits for him
Clair D on Jul 19, 2014
Fancy and a real looker , but practical for every day with some pretty :)
kim h on Oct 15, 2014
What to try a curb bit and did not want to go crazy on price until we saw if it worked.
Rodney W on Apr 6, 2014
I need a curb on my ASB gelding, he's very easy, He's accustomed to double bridle, and until I get used to him (he is equitation cue on canter) I made him throw his head up with it one day. That was me not him. But in the canter I want to slow him down some and feel the D ring snaffle does not give me the security of feeling I have more control. I'm an older rider with experience but would like to slow him into that nice rocking chair canter without being harsh. If he will ride well with a double bridle that has a long shank curb and small snaffle, do you recommend this bit for slowing the canter. (if you have good hands.)???
A shopper on Dec 14, 2015
Best Answer: Hi There. As a trainer this is a super bit.. However, this is not what is going to slow your horse down. I would suggest working small circles on a d ring, and and teach your horse to bring his hind end underneath him. then the light touch of any bit will slow him down. I do not tend to school on a curb, as it does develop a harder mouth, even with light hands, I tend to use the curb for my more finished horses.
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