Korsteel Solid Rubber Mouth Bit

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5 1/2 Inch

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Product Summary:

A functional bit for all types of training, the loose rings of a Ring Snaffle help increase the bit movement, promote salivation and keep the mouth soft and the body supple.
 
Ring Diameter - 3.1"
Thickness of mouth piece - 16mm
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 3/4 Inch SLT900218 475 144860 9329028212907
5 Inch SLT900218 500 144861 9329028212914
5 1/2 Inch SLT900218 550 144863 9329028212921

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Softest Bit available when one is needed!
ESTELLA S on Aug 26, 2019
I've seen several people talk about how wonderful similar bits are, so I decided to give this one a shot since it is so affordable.
Michelle F on Dec 12, 2018
Softest Bit available when one is needed!
ESTELLA S on Aug 26, 2019
Went looking for a softer bit that's easy on my mare's mouth. Going to give this a try. I'll see if my horse is able to salivate or if the rubber bothers her. It's cheap enough and provides enough for basic training. Both she and I are a little green, so hopefully this will help her and protect her from anything I might do wrong. =)
Sereneighty on Jan 2, 2019
I've seen several people talk about how wonderful similar bits are, so I decided to give this one a shot since it is so affordable.
Michelle F on Dec 12, 2018
Training my horse to drive a carriage.
Debra S on Nov 14, 2018
Needed a driving bit, this seems to be what I need.
Gayle F on Mar 12, 2018
wanted for my tack closet
Emilie S on Feb 7, 2018
Very sensitive mare, need her to grab the bit, she curls.. so thinking this may encourage her to grab the bit for better contact, the price was low so if she hates it.. I am not out a lot of money on a spendy bit I cannot use.
Eilene W on May 4, 2016
just in case
Brandy H on Oct 7, 2015
to try on my soft mouthed horse
Frederic B on Aug 8, 2015
Trained one horse to high level Dressage in this bit and loved it. Now retraining a horse who has lost mouth sensitivity from another rider, and am going to use a bitless bridle first, then transition to this bit.
Lia S on Sep 26, 2014
I used one of these to start my first Arabian stallion in 1978, and he ended up with the softest mouth ever, so I have saved the bit over the years. I lent it to a friend to help her horse whose mouth had previously been spoiled. He loves it, but she objected to its repaired look (over the years I have had to recoat the mouthpiece with latex wrap). So, I wanted to buy her a new one for Christmas.
Candida H on Dec 24, 2013
Went looking for a softer bit that's easy on my mare's mouth. Going to give this a try. I'll see if my horse is able to salivate or if the rubber bothers her. It's cheap enough and provides enough for basic training. Both she and I are a little green, so hopefully this will help her and protect her from anything I might do wrong. =)
Sereneighty on Jan 2, 2019
Training my horse to drive a carriage.
Debra S on Nov 14, 2018
I need a bit that helps control, is this bit strong enough for stops??
cathy s on Apr 28, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No. Not even remotely. May I suggest finding root cause for difficulty stopping. It can be lots of things beginning with equine not understanding that you are 'the leader'. This calls for gentle but firm ground work doing things like having horse move haunches when asked, backing up when asked, round pen work, etc. Once horse has confidence in you and sees you as a leader you may find that the 'stop' command works with little more than your voice. If horse is 'hopped up' on hot feed then that would certainly contribute to not stopping. Riding technique - that is to say control of your center of gravity - may also be a factor. Strongly suggest finding local advice. Not ruling out a change of bits - only suggesting that this may not be the solution. As for bits something with a some port and possibly a short shank...thinking tom thumb or kimberwick will give you more control but if there is an equitation issue then this could easily lead to an escalation of issues. Also, I only scratched the surface of the 'not stopping problem'. Hope this helps and Happy Trails!
Is this a hard (solid core/inflexible) bit or a soft flexible one? The name says solid, but the reviews imply that it is flexible. I need the flexible type. Thanks!
Morgen B on Jun 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It seems to be somewhat hollow on the inside. It's definitely flexible. I have used it on my Arabian cross filly since she was one (just to get her used to having something in her mouth and before her wolf teeth were removed). She is now over two and it still works perfectly. She loves to chew on everything, but has yet to chew through the bit while its on. She now wears it every time I pony her on a ride.
is this a legle bit for hunt seat?
just zenyatta on Aug 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: To be sure, you should inquire before the show which bits are OK. Most rules of the show will have the bit requirements listed. Most of the time, judges won't care or notice the bit unless you're using a purely inappropriate one. Still, I'd check.