Western BS Dogbone Tear Drop Training Bit

$14.99
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Western BS Dogbone Tear Drop Training Bit

$14.99

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Steel Western Training Snaffle Bit

Mouth:  5";  3 piece snaffle mouth with copper wrapped center
Cheeks: 6"

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I read some of the reviews on this bit and I liked what I read so I decided to try it. I like how gentle it is on my horse's mouth. It is a three part bit so each side works indipemdently of the other and it is great for starting young horses. It is also good on my older horse.
COREEN R on Jan 6, 2015
My horses absolutely love this bit. Both horses are very easy in the mouth and after trying dozens of bits, I found a match with the Dogbone Tear Drop Training Bit. My only negative is that the black chips off which takes away from the appearance and makes the bit rusty. Otherwise, a great bit!!!
CAROLYN M on Mar 8, 2014
There are 3 little gold strips on the bit....do they face to the front or to the back when installing the bit to the bride?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2014
Best Answer: They go to the back allowing the curve to rest towards the back of the mouth. Swivel the shank so that the base of the teardrop should face the chest of the horse. The top part of the shank will flare away from the horses' head. Hope that helps.
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