Reinsman Snaffle Freter Butterfly Bit

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Reinsman Snaffle Freter Butterfly Bit

$62.99

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Reinsman Freter Butterfly Smooth Snaffle Bit
 
This little butterfly is designed for comfort to the young horse's mouth while teaching him to turn with only a light touch.  This is a well balanced bit that is great for trail riding or for starting colts into a bit.  4 1/2" Cheeks.  5" Mouth.

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can't wait to try this on my colts.
Betty S on May 8, 2015
shanks, yet not shanks,,,,comfort for my horse as I tend to be a bit heavy handed reviews were good. I have a seasoned reined highly trained and sensitive use to a curb shank bit, but like I said I am to rough with hands at the moment.
Susan G on Mar 30, 2015
I bought this for a gaited Missouri Foxtrotter mare. I like the fact that there is room for movement in the bit for her headshake. She was previously in a Wonder Bit. Hoping this is a more comfortable transition for her from the Wonder bit.
Terry K on Apr 29, 2015
What is the mouth part made from?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2016
Best Answer: It's sweet iron that will rust a little to cause the horse to salivate. In turn it will make the mouth a little softer for better control.
Reply · Report · Darrell NReinsman Expert on Oct 31, 2016
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do you use a curb chain with this butterfly bit?
Lita H on Feb 21, 2016
Best Answer: Yes, it would attach to the top part of the bit where the bridle attaches...sometime known as "the purchase."
Reply · Report · Darrell NReinsman Expert on Feb 22, 2016
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What is the best rein position for this bit?
Justme on Oct 19, 2015
Best Answer: Place the rein in the bottom loop of the shank.
Reply · Report · Darrell NReinsman Expert on Oct 20, 2015
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