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5" sweet iron dog bone mouth with copper inlay
Features 3" O-rings
Black steel finish offers a modern look
Quality bit features a 5" sweet iron dog bone mouth with copper inlay and 3" O-rings. Classic black steel finish.
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By definition a snaffle bit is a direct pull or direct action bit, meaning that when you are holding the reins in two hands atop your horse, you have direct contact with its mouth. Whatever you do with your hands, your horse should do. For example, when you move your hand to the left, your horse will feel that cue and realize that you want him to go that way.
Most trainers will start a young horse in a snaffle to gain the framework it needs to transition to a curb bit. Such a foundation includes lateral flexion, collection, transitions, responsiveness to leg cues and more. Again, this depends on the method of training the trainer uses. In the vaquero tradition of training, for example, horses are typically started in a bosal hackamore.
Best if used with an all leather curb strap to prevent the bit from pulling through the horseâs mouth, O-ring and offset D-ring snaffles are great bits for starting young colts, training exercises, introducing a new riding discipline or softening an older, more seasoned horseâs mouth.
Types of Snaffles (snaffles are usually a matter of preference):
These very mild, functional bits are typically available with smooth or twisted wire broken mouthpieces. The mouthpiece slides up and down the rings and moves independently of the rings, meaning that your horse can feel the movement caused by even a subtle rein cue. This type of snaffle helps keep the mouth soft and your horse responsive. Works on the bars, corners of the mouth and tongue.
Offset D-Ring Snaffle
Offset refers to the fixed position of the rings and how they connect to the mouthpiece. The straight side of the D-ring connected to the mouthpiece is designed to help prevent the bit from pulling through the mouth and to eliminate any pinching. The rings and mouthpiece also work independently of each other on this bit, making this mild bit great for starting or re-schooling a horse. Works on the bars, corners of the mouth and tongue.
The rings on this bit help prevent it from pulling through the horseâs mouth. Often seen in the English discipline but also used in western riding, it is another mild bit great for starting or re-schooling a horse. Works on the bars, corners of the mouth and tongue.
Another bit commonly used for English riding, the name refers to the shape of the ring. It can come in either a straight or broken mouthpiece and is designed to prevent pinching of the horseâs mouth. Works on the poll and bars of the mouth.
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