Korsteel Copper Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle

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4 3/4 In

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5 Inch

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Product Summary:

Korsteel® Copper Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
 
A very mild bit, the Eggbutt Snaffle is designed wide enough to be gentle on the bars and will not pinch the horse’s mouth.
 
Item Specifications:

Mouth Thickness: 15mm
Cheek Size:  90mm
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 3/4 In SLT900230 475 140239 9329028207002
5 Inch SLT900230 500 140240 9329028207019

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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Patricia H on Mar 12, 2019
Have been recommended to choose a D ring snaffle for my horse. This looked like a good option, to avoid hurting the mouth at the sides.
Karen S on Oct 19, 2018
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Patricia H on Mar 12, 2019
It is similar to the bit my trainer has been using on my horse
Shannon W on Dec 13, 2018
Have been recommended to choose a D ring snaffle for my horse. This looked like a good option, to avoid hurting the mouth at the sides.
Karen S on Oct 19, 2018
my horse goes best in this type bit
Kathleen M on Sep 19, 2018
I chose this because I need a bit for my new bridle.
Marianna B on Sep 8, 2018
I needed a eggbutt, single jointed snaffle, and this was the only option.
Deanna T on Aug 9, 2018
Recommended by Mark Goss
donna s on Mar 18, 2018
excellent size and specifications for all horses
Maurice T on May 1, 2017
Customer recommendation sold me on this product!
Ardis G on Jun 13, 2016
Type and Size snaffle I needed for mare
Karen H on Jul 6, 2015
This quality bit was available in the size needed. It is standard for training and acceptable for dressage.
SARAH B on Jun 6, 2015
Because it has a copper mouth which I like, I just wish it was a 5 1/2 inch mouthpiece.
Kilea H on Mar 2, 2015
I want a simple well made snaffle as a spare.
Christine F on Jan 6, 2015
I received a quality bit for 1/3 of the price at feed stores
Richard P on Apr 6, 2014
training bit
Victoria T on Mar 25, 2014
Good quality at a good price.
KATHLEEN S on Feb 2, 2014
I have a young horse I may try this on.
TORRI D on Dec 18, 2013
It is a softer bit, and my horse needed a new gentler bit because she is soft mouthed.
Tiffany C on Sep 6, 2013
It is similar to the bit my trainer has been using on my horse
Shannon W on Dec 13, 2018
my horse goes best in this type bit
Kathleen M on Sep 19, 2018
What's the difference in a copper mouth and a regular snaffle? Does the copper server any purpose?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Copper is believed to stimulate the production of saliva in the horse's mouth, therefore, a moist mouth is conducive to having a softer mouth and softer "feel" to the reins. It is also believed to help slightly regulate the mare's hormones and so a copper mouthpiece is highly favored to use on a mare, but also benefits a male horse with the production of saliva in the mouth.
Is this a solid copper mouthpiece or a copper plated?

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Steve L on Mar 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It is a nice bit at a reasonable price. I don't think it is solid copper or else the color would be darker. It works well and looks nice on the horse. I have one and have gotten compliments on how nice it looks. I did change to a Chris Cox bit during the training process though. I started with this bit. Also, solid copper bits will get beat up by the horses teeth (chewing) due to how soft the solid copper is and may get rough sharp edges over time.
I have a gelding who has a somewhat sensitive mouth, and he tends to try to avoid contact because of this. Would anyone recommend this bit to help that?
Ellie B on Feb 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have used the Korsteel Copper
Eggbutt Snaffle for about 9 months now. I have a gelding saddle horse that will turn three in a few months and he is doing so good I'm not going to make any changes. I've been told I should now switch to a shank but he is holding his head so good and works so well why change. If he is fighting the bit I would try the Korsteel.