Western SS Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit

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Western SS Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit


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SS 3-Piece Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit
  • Stainless steel
  • Special 5" wide, 3-piece mouthpiece complete with copper rings
  • 6-1/2" long cheeks
  • Product Reviews by Customers

    Rated 5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Cheap date you will want to call back My six year old mare LOVES this bit, the beads seem to entertain & pacify her, she was immediately relaxed with it the first time it when in, no argument what so ever. The leverage seems just right too- ideal for an unrefined backyard trail rider like me. The transition from full-cheek snaffle to this was like going from analog cellular to 4G LTE in terms of effective communication. For $15 how can you go wrong? Glad I took the chance- May 8, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Originally bought to use on another horse, I tried it out on my gelding today and he was amazing. I've never had a better 'whoa' with such little contact. I had an excitable gelding who liked to pull and resist, and with one ride he went everywhere I pointed him and even set his head on his own. I love this bit and will definitely recommend it and purchase another! March 14, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by LOOVE!! This bit is awesome!! It has been my favorite bit since the first time I bought it. I actually got mine at a tack store and had it about a year before it (along with my breast cancer awareness rhinestoned bridle and reins was stolen) I have been riding in a similar one and it just doesnt work as well. Now that I have found this bit again I will be ordering more than one! Its an easy bit with just the right control. My mare tends to run through a snaffle on barrels but all these bigger bits made her flip out. Put this bit on her and shes a doll! The rollers help out a lot with gate nerves all she did was play with them and it would calm her down. I used it almost every day for a year and it looked brand new! Great price too March 13, 2013
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this bit! All my horses ride well in this bit! The best bit for the money and is a true 5 in mouth. Am buying another! August 11, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding Just what the doctor ordered. This bit is perfect. We have tried numerous bits with no success until this one. My horse no longer fights the bit. He loves this one... and so do I. July 14, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bit My horse is off the track, and he fought me every which way with the tender touch bit, and he did not like Tom Thumbs. So, I gave this bit a try, he LOVES IT! I run barrels in it, he goes out on trail rides with it, and he never fights me. It is just enough bit for what I do, and my horse has an easy mouth. I have been using it for 7 years now, and I am still using the same one, I have not had to buy another. Great bit! April 3, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Bit! I read the reviews & decided to take a chance on this extremely inexpensive bit. Fact is, I couldn't be happier. My 4 y/o green broke gelding accepted it quite easily, which he didn't with other bits. It sits quietly in his mouth & he responds quickly to all commands. Wonderful bit. I highly recommend! February 25, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice bit This was my QH gelding 2nd shank bit and the first one he liked. He responded will, listened to it without being upset by it. Good price, good quality. I recommend it! February 7, 2012
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    22 consistently excellent reviews of this bit used on all manner of headstrong horses convinced me it would probably help me with mine! My new Mustang trail horse is a big, strong gal, and she tests me frequently. My D-ring copper-roller snaffle fails to impress her, although I used it successfully for years with my Arabs. If this bit has helped so many others to better communicate with their horses, then it should help us achieve the same results. Plus, it will accept a double set of reins!
    Ann M on Sep 6, 2015
    Friend reccomended
    Chad S on Jun 7, 2015
    rollers keeps busy mouths happy,pinch relief with 3 sections, sliding shank gives initial intent without addtional direction
    Val F on Jul 8, 2015
    I use on my paint horse.
    Judith H on Jun 6, 2015
    New to shanked bits but does this need a curb strap?
    Jane L on Feb 9, 2014
    Best Answer: Personally I would say no it doesn't. I think there are 2 reasons for a curb strap. In the case of a chain one fit snuggly, it is for added discomfort for the horse when you pull on the reins. In the case of a leather one it is to keep the side rings of the bit (if it was a normal ringed snaffle, not a shank) from slipping into the horses mouth if he opened his mouth real wide and resisted while you were pulling his head around to the side. This has shanks so the bit is held in place by them. I am not a bit expert or anything though, this is just what I think.
    Reply · Report · Jennifer R on Feb 10, 2014
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    Where do you attache the curb chain on this bit?
    Alease W on Sep 21, 2015
    Best Answer: Attach the curb chain to the top holes of the bit, the same in which the headstall is attached. Making sure, with no pressure on the reins that you can easily slip two fingers between it and your horses chin or when the reins are pulled the shanks do not rotate beyond 45 degrees.
    Reply · Report · Karl F on Sep 21, 2015
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    Is this bit considered a GAG bit??
    annie o on Aug 12, 2015
    Best Answer: No I don't think so,i find it a good bit to use in between a snaffle and a curb, I use it on my big gelding which would throw his head with a curb,so I use this dogbone and a drop noseband and it works great
    Reply · Report · suzanne m on Aug 12, 2015
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    This question is for STATELINESS TACK.......I just bought a Spotted Draft but he has a 5.5 mouth....do you have this size ??
    DALE L on Mar 17, 2015
    Best Answer: Hello, I am sorry I have not measured my colt, he is a Friesian X and is just 2 1/2 years old and stands at 16 hands and about 1050 lbs. and he took the bit the very first time he has ever had a bit in, it fit him fine and he has not tried to fight it anytime.
    Reply · Report · MICHAEL L on Mar 18, 2015
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    does it come in a size for 6 inch mouth?
    A shopper on Mar 16, 2015
    Best Answer: Google draft horse bits. You should be able to find one similar on draft tack dot com
    Reply · Report · Lisa B on Mar 17, 2015
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