Western SS Pinchless Snaffle O-Ring Bit

$11.49
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Western SS Pinchless Snaffle O-Ring Bit

$11.49

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Stainless Steel. 5" mouth, 3 3/8" diameter rings.

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Have been looking for easier bits - this one got good reviews from users - have not yet tried it but hope that it's comfortable for the horse.
Sandra S on Jul 20, 2015
Great,light weight bit that won't rust. Perfect for natural horsemanship.
ELINA T on Mar 12, 2014
want to use this as a training bit on a young horse
VALERIE B on May 14, 2014
Hi I was wondering if this bit or any other's would attatch to like an English bridle? I was curious if it would fit my welsh cob cross. thx :3
A shopper on Apr 23, 2014
Best Answer: Hi-I have purchased this bit before and this or almost any o-ring,d-ring or full cheek snaffle would fit on an english bridle. A normal 5" width should fit your welsh cob cross unless they have a very small/large mouth-then you might have to make sure you are getting the correct size. You will want to make sure that the mouth piece opens completely.... I have run across some of these that are made incorrectly and the snaffle mouthpiece stays in a 'v' shape because the tubes that the rings run thru are too long or not at the correct bend. Hopes this helps.
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