Gina Miles Double Break Snaffle Bit

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Product Summary:

Gina Miles Double Break Snaffle Bit 5"

From the Gina Miles Collection by Professionals Choice
(Gina Miles represented the United States at the 2008 Beijing Olympics where she earned a silver medal in the individual Eventing competition.)

More gentle than a single break, this bit works primarily off tongue and bar pressure.  The loose ring encourages a relaxed jaw.  A good all-purpose bit, effective for most horses.  The mouth should measure 1/4” - 1/2” longer than a typical fitting. 

  • Stainless Steel
  • Loose ring encourages a relaxed jaw 
  • 16mm (5/8")
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5 E005372 5 GMB-102/500 782146257646
5.25 E005372 525 GMB-102/525 782146257653
5.5 E005372 55 GMB-102/550 782146257660
5.75 E005372 575 GMB-102/575 782146257677
6 E005372 6 GMB-102/600 782146252764

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Large size, great price
This bit fits my draft mare nicely. A great bit at a great price. No complaints so far.
December 27, 2016
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I know nothing. How do I choose a size?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can measure your horse to determine the length of bit required in two ways. The easiest way is to use a Bit Sizer, which is a simple and inexpensive plastic measuring device that slides into the horse's mouth. Inch increments correspond directly to bit sizes, and you take the reading just as you would using a ruler. Depending on the type of bit you're selecting you may want to add 1/4 to 1/2 inch to the bit sizer measurement.

Alternatively, you can use a piece of string in place of a commercial bit sizer if your horse will cooperate. Mark the spots on the string that meet the corners of the horse's mouth, then lay the string against a ruler to obtain your bit length measurement. Again consider the type of bit you're selecting and whether you should add a bit of length to the measurement.