Gina Miles Double Break Snaffle Bit

From $34.99

Eligible for free e-certification with purchase
Select your product options above to view the stock and delivery information.

Sometimes, manufacturers require that products be advertised only at their suggested prices. When we choose to sell these items for less, we display the sale price only in the cart. To see the price, click Add to Cart.

Questions or Feedback? Contact us now.

Buy More and Save!*

Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Gina Miles Double Break Snaffle Bit 5"

From the Gina Miles Collection by Professionals Choice
(Gina Miles represented the United States at the 2008 Beijing Olympics where she earned a silver medal in the individual Eventing competition.)

More gentle than a single break, this bit works primarily off tongue and bar pressure.  The loose ring encourages a relaxed jaw.  A good all-purpose bit, effective for most horses.  The mouth should measure 1/4” - 1/2” longer than a typical fitting. 

  • Stainless Steel
  • Loose ring encourages a relaxed jaw 
  • 16mm (5/8")

Product Reviews by Customers

Browse 1 question and 1 answer
Hide answersShow all answers | Sort by
I know nothing. How do I choose a size?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2015
Best Answer: You can measure your horse to determine the length of bit required in two ways. The easiest way is to use a Bit Sizer, which is a simple and inexpensive plastic measuring device that slides into the horse's mouth. Inch increments correspond directly to bit sizes, and you take the reading just as you would using a ruler. Depending on the type of bit you're selecting you may want to add 1/4 to 1/2 inch to the bit sizer measurement.

Alternatively, you can use a piece of string in place of a commercial bit sizer if your horse will cooperate. Mark the spots on the string that meet the corners of the horse's mouth, then lay the string against a ruler to obtain your bit length measurement. Again consider the type of bit you're selecting and whether you should add a bit of length to the measurement.
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Oct 26, 2015
· Add Answer · I Have This Question Too (0)