Western SS Copper Bar Correction Training Bit

$25.99
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Western SS Copper Bar Correction Training Bit

$25.99

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 09/08/2015.
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Product Summary:

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Stainless steel with copper 5" mouth.  7 " cheeks.  1 1/2" port.

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looking for a mild correction bit
SARA W on Jun 8, 2015
The reviews helped me decide to try it.
sandra r on Feb 18, 2015
My son needs it for horse riding. He found it on your site, and I just ordered it.
Feleica W on Mar 31, 2015
I have had this for over 2 years and my horse loves this bit I have tried several others and this has been the best or more responsive I would tell everyone to buy this but as this is great for all horse I use this one on my roping horse.
ENRIQUE M on Feb 3, 2015
how do you put this bit on a bridle?
A shopper on Sep 7, 2014
Best Answer: In this photo, the port of the bit loops to the top so the two top rings fit onto each side of the bridle cheek straps. The bottom of the bit has the longer fork and the angle of the fork always turns inwards towards the horses neck; this is where you connects your reins. I use a curb strap on mine where it connects to the bridle. This is a gentle bit that works well on every horse I have seen it used on including those horses that resent the bit, throw their head or are usually unresponsive to the bit.
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what is the width of this bit? The horse I'm buying this for has a big head and standard bits are too narrow where the bridle connects to the bit.
Valerie L on Apr 16, 2015
Best Answer: Stainless steel with copper 5" mouth. 7 " cheeks. 1 1/2" port.
Reply · Report · Diann HStaff on Apr 16, 2015
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