Korsteel Copper & Steel Roller Snaffle Bit

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Product Summary:

Korsteel® Copper and Steel Roller Snaffle Bit
 
Whether you are starting a horse, or just going back to the basics, this bit helps with lateral movement while achieving suppleness from jaw to tail.
 
Mouth Thickness: 13mm
Cheek or Ring size: 3.1in.
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
4 3/4in SLT900235 475 141679 9329028208979
5in SLT900235 500 141680 9329028208986
5 1/2in SLT900235 550 141720 9329028208993

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I LOVE This Bit!
My horse hates bits, but I gave him this one and it's hard for me to take it out of his mouth! I have never seen my horse willing to allow the bit in his mouth before I got him this. This is the best bit I have ever seen and my horse LOVES the copper.
March 7, 2015
poor quality
I am very displeased with this bit. My horse has used a copper roller D-ring for years, and I love the way he responded to it. However, after years of use the copper rollers had thinned so I decided to replace it with this product. Initially, I noticed that the copper rollers on this bit were thinner and looser than my old bit. Then, the first time I used it my horse chomped on the bit the copper rollers distorted, leaving some very jagged spots on the mouthpiece.This quality issue is why I cannot recommend the bit.
September 8, 2014
best bit I've ever used
My antsy quarter horse loves this bit, and its great for his sensitive mouth as well.
February 18, 2014
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i love horses my horse did good with the bit
October 17, 2012
Good for my Appy
My Appy mare was previously ridden hard with spurs, severe bits and whips by her previous owners because of her "stubbornness". I got her and have been working with her and she is, indeed, stubborn, but I refused to take a heavy hand. I've been working with this bit for a while and immediately after replacing her curb bit with this, she LISTENS. It's like a 180, totally different horse.
June 25, 2012
This bit is great!
My horse loves this bit! I was having trouble with bits on her. I thought by upping the bit, she would be easier to stop. But turns out, NO. Upping the bit is just worse. So I got a more mild bit. And she does great in it! No fussing, stops easy, and is more relaxed. The copper rollers I think have a big affect on the relaxed part. Because she can play with it in her Mouth, and copper relaxes stressed horses, even if your horse doesn't get stressed, they will still love it. It's very well on older horses too, my horse is 16 and its just soft on her mouth, and makes her want to listen, and ride more. But it still can be used on younger horses, It would make them respond better, instead of having an uncomfortable bit in their mouth, and making riding much less fun for them, and harder for you. But what I would like to say is, if you get it for a western bridle, with no nose band. It looks silly on the horse when you pull to stop, but Still works. I have no negative complaint about this bit. I recommend it.
April 8, 2012
A MUST have for every tackroom!
I love this bit. I can use it on any level horse and any age. I have used it on my competition gelding from the first time he had a bit in his mouth and still do! The copper rollers are helpful for horses that get nervous, and helps reduce them from being fussy. Classy look, my horses always look snazzy in it at shows. Very durable, never had a problem. Again, a must have for any tack room!
December 17, 2010
Love it
I love this bit! My trainer let me use hers because it would keep my horse from being bored. And it works! My horse loves it. He also listens better with it. Good product!
November 30, 2010
Love it!
I use this bit on everyone from starters to seasoned show horses and they all love it! Great quality at a great price!
August 26, 2010
I LOVE IT!!!
I love this bit!!! My Morgan loves this bit. When my instructor introduced me to this bit, I stopped using my bit and used hers instead!!! Eventually, I bought one of my own and use it every time I ride, even for shows. All in all, I highly recommend this bit. You really get your money's worth.
May 9, 2010
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Simple, kind snaffle - my horse loves the rollers
CHRISTOPHER O on Mar 31, 2016
Just the right size and quick shopping
Astrid C on Jul 7, 2014
Simple, kind snaffle - my horse loves the rollers
CHRISTOPHER O on Mar 31, 2016
my horse likes to play and the rollers will keep him occupied
S R on Jul 8, 2014
Just the right size and quick shopping
Astrid C on Jul 7, 2014
Good bit for young/light mouthed horses.
CHARLOTTE A S on Mar 23, 2014
my horse likes to play and the rollers will keep him occupied
S R on Jul 8, 2014
Good bit for young/light mouthed horses.
CHARLOTTE A S on Mar 23, 2014
Will the copper rollers help occupy a horse?
A shopper on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought two of theses snaffles and both of my horses play with the copper rollers. The bits hold up well. One of them is 16.1 and always bites down on the rollers when i remove the bit, the rollers have not flattened.
Is this bit show ring legal?
BRITTANY K on Jun 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't see why not. It's just a snaffle and very gentle. The copper rollers just help the horse salivate(the copper) and the rollers keep a busy mouth happy. I bought it for a young horse who has a busy mouth and he has stopped mouthing the bit totally now. I really like it.