Korsteel Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

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Korsteel® Full Cheek Snaffle Bit

For the traditional Hunter look, the Full Cheek Snaffle is available in a variety of mouth pieces. Each mouthpiece determines the function of the bit. The full cheeks prevent the cheeks from pulling through the Horse’s mouth. And, when fitted with bit loops that attach to the bridle, the bit becomes more stable for increased lateral control.


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I have a gaited pony... Gait is fantastic... attutitude is a mini-napoleon! We just need to work on getting our minds right with circles and I don't want to pull the o-ring snaffle through his mouth.
MEGHANN L on Apr 1, 2014
TANYA C on Mar 22, 2014
What size should I get for my Qh? Thank you:)
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
Best Answer: Mark a line on a plastic drinking straw. Put it in your horse's mouth at the bit position with the line right at the corner of his lip. Mark a line at the opposite lip corner. Remove and measure the distance between the two marks, then add 1/4 inch. This should be your bit size. A 5 inch mouth is considered average.
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How thick is it?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2014
Best Answer: Not very big an inch or less around, my horse hates bits but will take this one
Reply · Report · DANIELLE M on Dec 19, 2014
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