Jp Oval Mouth Loose Ring Bit

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5 1/2 Inch


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Product Summary:

JP Korsteel® Oval Mouth Loose Ring Bit 
Developed in conjunction with world-renowned trainer and jockey John Patterson, JP Bits provide the utmost comfort for your horse. Unlike regular jointed snaffle's nearly straight mouthpiece sections, JP bits have a unique curved shaped that eliminates the interference that conventional bits can cause. All JP bit feature curved bars that prevent the bit from hitting the roof of the horse's mouth and eliminate the nutcracker-like action that can pinch the horse's tongue. Thick, kind, double-jointed mouthpiece with curved bars eliminates "nutcracker" tongue pinching and encourages horse's chewing motion.
Item Specifications:
Stainless Steel 
20mm diameter

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 1/2 Inch SLT733793 450 144192 9329028273786
5 Inch SLT733793 500 144194
5 1/2 Inch SLT733793 550 144196 9329028273809
6 Inch SLT733793 600 144198

Product Reviews by Customers

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It is a very nice product and very handy! but its very wide and my 15 year old Arab doesn't like it very much.
December 30, 2012
Go-to bit
I start all my colts in this bit, no matter what kind of job they are headed for. Race horses, reiners, barrel horses, jumpers, retrain OTs... I don't have horses that are unhappy with the bit, and they all finish with nice handles on them. Best $30 I've ever spent on a bit, it gets more miles than any other bridle, and I can't tell you how many colts I've sold, and had to sell the buyers this bridle when they picked them up because THEY liked it that much.
July 10, 2012
I love this bit!
I didn't buy it here, but this bit is amazing! I have a gelding who used to chew on any bit I put him in. I tried most every bit you can imagine, and people recommended everything from a correction bit (yuck!) to a plain eggbutt snaffle, but with all the bits I tried he would grab the bit in his teeth and put his head down so I had no control. This bit wasn't a magic trick (no bit is), but paired with lots of work and a great trainer to help us out it really did the trick. I don't know if it's more gentle than a traditional snaffle, but it helped him stop fighting the bit and his whole neck softened.
February 20, 2012
Wonderful Bit
I have one of these for my 3 year old pony, I am breaking her out as kids horse and driving horse, she loves this bit and responds so well to it, Just add bit guards to prevent pinching and it is a wonderful bit.
October 8, 2011
best bit ever
i love this bit and so dus my horse
May 31, 2011
Great bit
I got this bit for my 13 year old OTTB mare and she responds really nicely to i, much better then her single jointed snaffle
January 20, 2011
love this bit
while i didn't get my bit from this site, i do love the way it works for my mare, who has an EXTREMELY sensitive mouth, and have been riding her the last 1 1/2 yr in a hackamore fore this reason. she is at the point we need to work on some more advanced things and i cant do it with a hack anymore. every other bit was to small diameter mouth piece and piched her gums, i put this in her mouth and she relaxed, her mouth got quiet and, and she dropped her head and was extremely responsive to the lightest pressure.
August 11, 2009
Good Bit
I use this bit on a nearly 24 year old quarter horse gelding. He does mainly 3rd level dressage, and it is the parfect bit for him. It stays fairly clean saliva wipes off easily and he likes it, judging by his enthusiastic foaming. Nice bit, although a little overpriced for what youre getting. Better than most though!
February 17, 2009
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For a horse in training.
Jackie O on May 1, 2018
My stallion needed a larger size bit.. love it!
TERI Y on Jun 29, 2016
For a horse in training.
Jackie O on May 1, 2018
My trainer recommended this style of bit.
JAN H on Oct 16, 2016
My stallion needed a larger size bit.. love it!
TERI Y on Jun 29, 2016
My trainer recommended this style of bit.
JAN H on Oct 16, 2016
what is a good training bit for a small horse?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: A simple snaffle is the best choice. Leave any type of curb to more advanced training. A jointed snaffle bit with smallish rings that would be unlikely to catch on anything if the horse does try to rub its face