Western SantaFe WildFlowr Rollr DogBone Snaffl Bit

$40.45
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Western SantaFe WildFlowr Rollr DogBone Snaffl Bit

$40.45

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Product Summary:

Western Santa Fe WildFlower Roller DogBone Snaffle Bit

This bit has a brushed stainless steel finish. 5" mouth, sweet iron three piece smooth dog bone snaffle with center copper roller,  5 1/2" stainless steel cheeks, and 7" shanks.  Engraved floral trim with loose rings at bottom for rein attachment.
Item Number Model Number UPC
E012227 287157 715519871576

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Have been looking for a bit like this for a long time. Finally found it!
Christine P on Mar 29, 2018
I wanted to try a western bit with the shorter shanks.
Susan B on Jun 16, 2016
Have been looking for a bit like this for a long time. Finally found it!
Christine P on Mar 29, 2018
This product met all of my wants/needs: a 3-piece mouthpiece, short shanks and a detail design on the shanks.
I've used it on my Rocky Mountain gelding for the past year. He is very comfortable with this bit and responds to light cues.
I did *not* want to use the standard/common gaited bits (long shanks or gag bit with a lot of movement of the bit sliding along the rings) I have seen being used. I want my trail horse to be comfortable.
Heidi Y on Dec 17, 2017
I wanted to try a western bit with the shorter shanks.
Susan B on Jun 16, 2016
My trainer recomended this bit
Carolyn M on Jun 11, 2015
gift requested by granddaughter
Katherine S on Nov 16, 2014
This product met all of my wants/needs: a 3-piece mouthpiece, short shanks and a detail design on the shanks.
I've used it on my Rocky Mountain gelding for the past year. He is very comfortable with this bit and responds to light cues.
I did *not* want to use the standard/common gaited bits (long shanks or gag bit with a lot of movement of the bit sliding along the rings) I have seen being used. I want my trail horse to be comfortable.
Heidi Y on Dec 17, 2017
My trainer recomended this bit
Carolyn M on Jun 11, 2015
How does this bit compare to a Tom Thumb with copper rollers? Kinder? As much control?
Thanks.
Judy M on Apr 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We got this type because we have a really sensitive horse. With the little extra copper piece in the middle, it's not as pinchy on the side of her mouth as a regular Tom Thumb. She seems to like this one better. Only downfall is this bit is now discoloring and we have barely begun to use it. It almost looks like it's starting to rust or something. (Maybe go with another brand?). Hope this helps
Has anyone ever had this bit pinch the corners of the mouth ?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have been using this on my 8yr old Rocky Mountain gelding for almost 2yrs and we LOVE this bit. It does not pinch his lips, provides just enough gentle leverage for rein cues and is milder than bits with longer shanks. I tried several solid mouth bar bits and he didn't care for any of them. Tried this jointed dogbone and the head tossing stopped.
Do you have this bit in a 5 1/2" mouth?
Carole S on Aug 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we have this bit available in a 5" mouth size only.