Western SS Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit

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Western SS Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit

$19.99

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SS 3-Piece Dogbone Copper Ring Argentine Bit
 
  • Stainless steel
  • Special 5" wide, 3-piece mouthpiece complete with copper rings
  • 6-1/2" long cheeks
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    I am buying this for a friend who has a very headstrong horse that she could handle when she was younger. I use this bit on my horse & it has made a remarkable change in his handling. So we tried it on her horse & there was a huge improvement. I love this bit for my boy & hope my friend will be able to continue to ride, she is 77 & has Parkinsons & this bit really made a difference.
    Dawn A on May 13, 2017
    great communication with your horse....
    Robin D on Oct 11, 2016
    I heard these bits are great for gymkhana, so I decided I'll try one out!
    adrisnyder13 on Jan 15, 2017
    have a horse in training and needed another bit for her for her western headstall. After reading the reviews, I actually purchased 2. I have another horse that I think will do for nicely in this bit
    TERRIE S on Jul 10, 2016
    Where do you attache the curb chain on this bit?
    Alease W on Sep 21, 2015
    Best Answer: Attach the curb chain to the top holes of the bit, the same in which the headstall is attached. Making sure, with no pressure on the reins that you can easily slip two fingers between it and your horses chin or when the reins are pulled the shanks do not rotate beyond 45 degrees.
    Reply · Report · Karl F on Sep 21, 2015
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    New to shanked bits but does this need a curb strap?
    Jane L on Feb 9, 2014
    Best Answer: This is a curb bit, and curb bits are called curb bits because they are meant to be used with a curb strap (most of the time).
    A curb bit is a leverage bit. So when you touch the rein it causes the curb strap to come into contact with your horses jaw. If you do not use a curb strap with a curb bit it can rise in your horses mouth (which is not a good thing)
    I personally use a curb strap/bit hobble with every bit I use no matter if it is a curb/ leverage or an O-ring. (I use them with O-rings to prevent the rings from flaring out or getting caught on brush if on the trail)
    Reply · Report · adrisnyder13 on Mar 14, 2017
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    Is this bit considered a GAG bit??
    annie o on Aug 12, 2015
    Best Answer: No I don't think so,i find it a good bit to use in between a snaffle and a curb, I use it on my big gelding which would throw his head with a curb,so I use this dogbone and a drop noseband and it works great
    Reply · Report · suzanne m on Aug 12, 2015
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    What size is this bit?
    lorie s on Mar 2, 2016
    Best Answer: Hi I'm not a 100% sure but my mare that uses a 5-5.25 inch bit it is a lil big on so best guess is 5.5 (. 5 1/2 )
    Reply · Report · jamie s on Mar 3, 2016
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    This question is for STATELINESS TACK.......I just bought a Spotted Draft but he has a 5.5 mouth....do you have this size ??
    DALE L on Mar 17, 2015
    Best Answer: Hello, I am sorry I have not measured my colt, he is a Friesian X and is just 2 1/2 years old and stands at 16 hands and about 1050 lbs. and he took the bit the very first time he has ever had a bit in, it fit him fine and he has not tried to fight it anytime.
    Reply · Report · MICHAEL L on Mar 18, 2015
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    does it come in a size for 6 inch mouth?
    A shopper on Mar 16, 2015
    Best Answer: Google draft horse bits. You should be able to find one similar on draft tack dot com
    Reply · Report · Lisa B on Mar 17, 2015
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    How big are the copper rings in the center? Like 1/2" or..?
    Kylie L on Apr 19, 2017
    Best Answer: 1/2 or smaller. My horse didn't take to it so it has been added to my collection of "no go's"
    Reply · Report · Lisa H on Apr 20, 2017
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