Korsteel Soft Rubber Mullen Mouth Pelham Bit

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Product Summary:

Korsteel® Soft Rubber Mullen Mouth Pelham Bit    
 
The Korsteel® Soft Rubber Mullen Mouth Pelham is gentle and soft on the horse’s mouth and good for a beginner rider. The Mullen mouth lies across the bars and tongue of the horse, applying slight but even pressure. 
 
Item Specifications:

Material:
Stainless Steel, Rubber 

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Trying a new bit on a strong horse who pulls after x-country jumps.
Deborah B on Sep 21, 2016
Is the center core of the mouth piece
flexible?
Judy R on Nov 21, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, it is flexible
Reply · Report · Peggy H on Nov 21, 2015
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What is the diameter of the rubber part? 16mm 18mm?
Mary B on Jan 5, 2016
Best Answer: Sorry I am not sure. I bought the 5" width for a friend with a problem horse and gave it to her. I believel it was more like 16mm, or 5/8 inch American in diameter.
Reply · Report · Judy R on Jan 7, 2016
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What is the diameter of the rubber part of the bit? My horse has a small mouth and cannot tolerate a thick bit. The answer below was un clear.
Giovanna on Sep 1, 2016
Best Answer: will check on the diameter of this bit- ended up using a different one but highly recommend it.
Reply · Report · maja r on Sep 2, 2016
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would this bit work for a strong jumper?
A shopper on Jul 25, 2016
Best Answer: It may or may not work on your horse but it is well worth a try. We use it on a retired race horse who can get very strong in the bit, but this one has just right leverage and used with a pull and release technique our horse works nicely in it and appreciates it's soft, flexible mouth.
Reply · Report · Judy R on Jul 25, 2016
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