Tough-1 Premium Comfort Gainted Dee Bit

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Tough-1 Premium Comfort Gainted Dee Bit


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Product Summary:

Tough-1 Premium Comfort Gainted Dee Bit
Stainless steel with inlaid copper mouth and copper roller. A gentle, pinch free mouthpiece that extends beyond the horse’s lips for better communication, plenty of tongue relief, and resistance free action across the tongue, bars, and lips. Flush brass fittings in the pinchless mouthpiece and cheekpieces with smoth, independent action from side to side. Fits 4 1/2” to 5 1/2” mouths.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E015668 24310-0-0 688499301862

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Love this bit
I bought it for a gaited horse originally but liked it so much I bought a second one for a non gaited horse. It can be used like a snaffle with the reins between the two small circles. Or you can add a curb chain and put the reins at the bottom and it acts like s Kimberwicke. Overall very pleased.
June 24, 2018
3 months ago
I'm using this bit on a 10 yr old prior range mare, domesticated and ridden 45 days before I started working with her. She would lug into the middle of a circle at all 3 gaits and ignored the broken snaffle when trying to lift her shoulder out of the dive. This bit is helping her to move her should back on track and she's doing very well with it. Love this bit! It's heavier than I imagined but she likes it really well.
December 4, 2017
8 months ago
No more chomping!
My spotted saddle horse usually chomps on a snaffle, so I tried this bit for a change.....and he loves it! No more chomping!
September 23, 2017
11 months ago
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like the mechanics of this bit
Theresa S on Jul 16, 2018
like the mechanics of this bit
Theresa S on Jul 16, 2018
comfort gentle
cindi f on Feb 3, 2018
comfort gentle
cindi f on Feb 3, 2018
how wide is this bit?
A shopper on Jun 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi, I'm at work and think it's odd that stateline couldn't answer this. But, I am really happy with it and use it on my 14hh quarter x . She responds very well to it with only slight hand movement. I tried it on my husbands 15.1hh Tennessee walker who had a problem with head tossing and pulling and the change in him was amazing as he settled down immediately into a nice frame. My 15hh stout rocky also likes this bit and moves well with it. Sorry I can provide the dimension.
Where do you put the reins and headstall and do you use a curb strap?
Betty R on Feb 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: (Based on the position of the bit in the sales picture) The headstall goes through the top loop. I do use a curb strap but you do not have to-it really depends on how soft your horse is. This bit is designed to be a progression-starting with the reins in the central/larger loop and progressing to a "mini" shank bit by placing the reins in the lower loop.
Hi, I have a few questions. Is this bit specifically for gaited horses, and can it be used on a normal horse who is not gaited?
Amanda M on Jun 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be used on non-gaited horses. I use it on my quarter horse that I'm training to run barrels. I needed something that had slightly more leverage than a snaffle, but a swivel mouthpiece for moving the shoulders independently. I'm very light handed and am concerned about comfort in my horse's mouth. While this bit is a little thicker than expected, the contour shape helps it sit well. My horse doesn't gape his mouth or try to place his tongue above the bit. Overall, I am happy with this bit.
Is this bit harsh at all?
A shopper on Mar 4, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Any Bit is potentially harsh. It’s riders hands that are harsh. This is not what I would consider a harsh bit. It works very well for getting bend at the poll. Hold it lightly and use little finger pressure with quick release for desired results. Hold rein s lightly and low just above the withers. If you tend to get in or stay on horses mouth and have not mastered release this may not be the bit for you and you may want to stay with a D or eggbutt snaffle.