Western SS Sweet Iron Snaffle O-Ring Bit

$11.49
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Western SS Sweet Iron Snaffle O-Ring Bit

$11.49

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Product Summary:

Ships to Canada
Mouth-5" sweet iron

Rings-3" stainless steel

Port-Sweet iron snaffle
 
Mouthpiece diameter 3/8"

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My mare needs a bit that is soft enough not to rip her mouth up, but firm enough to grasp her attention and hold it.
Eleesha N on Jun 29, 2015
Sweet iron tends to feel more comfortable and I know all of my horses enjoy it better than regular bits. They take it the first time I try to put it in. I needed another snaffle for my new rescue horse as he is gaining weight and needs to be ridden; all I was told from the previous owners was that he rode very well in a snaffle.
MISTY L on May 13, 2014
To start my colts in.
KERRI B on Jun 10, 2014
Like the bit and so do my horses
HEATHER R on Mar 11, 2014
When would you use an o ring, and when would you use a d ring?
KELLY S on Jul 23, 2014
Best Answer: Kelly S,
I like to use the O-Ring snaffle when first introducing a bit to a colt. Especially anything with sweet iron, copper or copper inlay. These three mouth pieces have a nice flavor for the colt and keeps their mouth moist and busy. I use a D-Ring snaffle once a horse has accepted the bit and is well into its training with a soft mouth. To me the D-Ring has a little more direction when pressure is applied that's why I like the O-Ring to start.

Hope this helps.

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Anybody know where to find this bit in 5.5 & 6" sizes?
Bighorse36 on Jun 30, 2014
Best Answer: Item # SLT900268 Korsteel Sweet Iron French Link Snaffle Bit may interest you. available in 5 or 5.5

Mouth Thickness: 19mm
Cheek or Ring Size: 6.6 in.
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