Korsteel Mullen Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle Bit

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Korsteel® Mullen Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle Bit
 
A very mild bit, the Eggbutt Snaffle is designed wide enough to be gentle on the bars and will not pinch the horse’s mouth.
 
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5 In SLT900226 500 140360 9329028207422
5 1/2 In SLT900226 550 140361

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Soft and sweet bit
This is my go-to bit for young/sensitive mouthed horses. I recently took a mare off a snaffle and put her on this bit, and she's much happier. This is a gentle bit, and since our horses are ridden by mostly inexperienced people, it saves the horses' mouths from pulling and/or yanking.
October 18, 2016
Durable and mild
I bought this for my 1400lb grade Paso Fino gelding because I thought he deserved the mildest bit I could find. It works great and after a year of hard use, it's not showing any damage. Its mildness is unparalleled to anything I've tried (pelhams, jointed snaffles). That said, I seem to have spoiled my gelding and he's now pulling through it. (It's my fault, I haven't been schooling him enough when we ride.) If your horse has a soft mouth or is green, this is a great all-purpose bit. For harder mouthed horses or more technical maneuvers, you'll probably want something different or to put A LOT of time into your training.
November 9, 2011
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gentle bit
SUZANNE M on Oct 30, 2016
gentle bit
SUZANNE M on Oct 30, 2016
I choose this since my mare doesn't care for the regular, jointed egg butt snaffle. It is an easy bit for training.
LOUISE P on Oct 5, 2014
I choose this since my mare doesn't care for the regular, jointed egg butt snaffle. It is an easy bit for training.
LOUISE P on Oct 5, 2014