Carol Goostree Chain Snaffle Simplicity Bit

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Carol Goostree Chain Snaffle Simplicity Bit


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Product Summary:

    The Simplicity bits are designed for light-mouthed horses that need more flex with added control. These bits enforce natural flexion and rate going into a turn and are great transitioning tools for young horses that are ready to add more speed as they advance. The Simplicity bits are trusted by some of the most successful barrel racers in the world.
    Size:  5" Mouth, 5 1/2" Shank   
Item Number Model Number UPC
E901954 GTSBIT31 610393081243

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Great bend, flex, and rate. Wonderful used on a green 2 year od. Gentle but enough to get the job done. Love it
March 16, 2016
This bit WORKS!
I have a 9 year old paint I started on barrels and poles about six months ago. He was coming along quite well and I needed to switch out of the snaffle I had been using. I tried several bits on him and he seemed very scared of them and ran around with his head up in the air. This bit however works GREAT! He responds very well to it and it doesn't intimidate him! This bit doesn't have a whole lot of rate, but works great for horses who need more bend and collection in their turns. Also a very good transition bit for young or green horses!
September 25, 2010
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Do you use a curb strap with the Carol Goosetree simplicity bit?
Renee C on Apr 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: There is no need for a curb strap on a gag bit like this. If you choose to use one, make sure that it is long enough not to interfere with the gag action.