Korsteel Copper Oval Link Eggbutt Snaffle

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Korsteel® Copper Oval Link Eggbutt Snaffle  
 
Made from only the highest quality materials, the Korsteel® Eggbutt Snaffle Bit with a Copper Oval Link features John Patterson's curve bar design which reduces direct tongue pressure and helps to stop the bit from hitting the roof of the mouth giving your horse the best comfort and providing great communication between you and your horse.
 
Features:
  • Curved bar design offers a comfortable fit
  • Reduces tongue pinching
  • Encourages relaxation and salivation
  • Oval copper link      
Item Specifications:
 
Mouthpiece thickness
13mm

Materials:
Stainless Steel, Copper    
                             

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What size bit do I get my horse?
Emily M on Dec 9, 2015
Best Answer: How to Measure for a Bit
To find the right bit sizes for a horse or pony, you should consider both the length of the mouthpiece and the width of the mouthpiece in combination with the conformation of your horse's mouth.

Length of the Mouthpiece - The length of the bit corresponds to the width of your horse's mouth. This measurement is usually provided in inches and fractions of an inch, such as 5" or 5 1/2".

When attached to an appropriately adjusted bridle, the bit should rest comfortably at the corners of your horse's mouth. In general, the bit rings should not press very hard against the horse's face, indicating that the length is too short. A bit that is too short may pinch the sensitive corners of the horse's mouth.

Conversely, if you see one-half inch or more of the mouthpiece on each side between the lips and the bit rings, the bit is too long. A bit that is too long can slip sideways in the horse's mouth, causing soreness or becoming ineffective.
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