Korsteel Regular Dee Snaffle Bit

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Korsteel® Regular Dee Snaffle Bit
One of the most basic forms of biting, the Dee Ring Snaffle is a relatively mild snaffle that comes in a variety of mouthpieces. Whether you are starting a horse, or just going back to the basics, this bit helps with lateral movement while achieving suppleness from jaw to tail.
Mouth Thickness:   15mm
Ring Size:   3 inches

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Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty Good Was okay not bad nor December 27, 2012
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What would be a good size for a 16.3 hand thoroughbred mare? I'm not sure how to size.
Margie on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: Using a piece of twine with a knot tied in one end. Place the string in the horse's mouth with the knot touching the corner of the horse's lips. Do not pull the knot tight into the corner of the horse's mouth - you want it even with the surface of the lips. Grab the string on the opposite side at the corner of the horse's mouth and hold or mark the string at a point even with the outer surface of the lips. The distance between the knot and your mark will be the horse's bit size. Standard horse bit size is 5". A tiny bit loose is better than too tight.
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