Western SS Copper Roller Snaffle D-Ring Bit

$22.99
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Western SS Copper Roller Snaffle D-Ring Bit

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5" Mouth, 2 7/8" dee rings

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Brenda V on Aug 31, 2015
looking for comfort
sharon m on Jun 3, 2015
horse responds well to the rains being at the side of mouth.
Russell G on Jul 24, 2015
My daughter's horse is having a difficult time accepting and removing bits. All of the reviews reported significant improvement with this one, and at the price, thought it would be worth a try.
Desiree E on May 11, 2015
how do these go on reins ?
becky v on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: I attached them with slober straps then to the reins. Using the straps when moved the slightest bit the horse will beging to reconize this as a cue and be ready for the change you are going to announce without have to pull on their mouth
Reply (1) · Report · Ruth Anne D on Jan 19, 2014
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This bit hard or soft on a horses mouth?I have two horses with very sensitive mouths. Also can this bit br used for Hunter Under Saddle shows?
Moriah M on Feb 23, 2014
Best Answer: I did use that bit for a while. My Appie did well in it but he does much better in a kimberwick, http://www.statelinetack.com/item/korsteel-uxeter-kimberwicke-bit/E006319/, I use it both western and English and he is exceptional in it. i do give him a break with a Dr. cook bitless bridle...I like to just allow him to relax on simple trail rides...when we compete in competitive trail rides I will go back to the kimberwick, since there are obstacles I sometimes need extra reminder. I am light in my hands, and he has gotten a very sensitive mouth. The kimberwick cannot be used to show in, I believe. Have you used a very light weighted snaffle? The Dr Cook will also help you be lighter in your hands. I hope this helps. I keep the kimberwick at the most lightest with the chin chain very slack and reins attached to the bottom hole.
Reply · Report · Cynthia P on Feb 24, 2014
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how thick is this bit?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2015
Best Answer: Not any thicker than a standard D-Ring.
Reply · Report · Lori M on Jun 29, 2015
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Can you show in this bit?
Heidi B on Jan 31, 2015
Best Answer: Yes in AQHA, APHA and 4H
Reply · Report · Sheri M on Jan 31, 2015
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