Korsteel Solid Rubber Mouth Bit

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5 Inch

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5 1/2 Inch

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Product Summary:

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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

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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
to try on my soft mouthed horse
Frederic B on Aug 8, 2015
just in case
Brandy H on Oct 7, 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
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.
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is this a legle bit for hunt seat?
just zenyatta on Aug 5, 2014
Best Answer: Probably, but I just used it as the first bit for the horse I'm now ground-driving. He chewed it up pretty good. It was good for breaking.
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