Professionals Choice Dogbone Route 66 Bit

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Professionals Choice Dogbone Route 66 Bit


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Product Summary:

Equisential SS Sweet 6 Dog Bone Bit
This mouthpiece is soft on the bars, making this bit good for lateral control and collection. A wonderful choice when transitioning from a D-Ring or O-Ring snaffle.   Cheek: 4¼”  Mouthpiece: 5¼”
Stainless Steel (SS) 
Item Number Model Number UPC
E003260 EQB-301 782146239680

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good price but wont fit headstall
The bit would not fit any of my headstalls and when i tried to return it they said NO. The reason was that they do no take bits back because of heath issues . This is fine BUT the product page does not say this, only under return policy do you find this. needs to fix this.
August 8, 2016
Horse works well
when using this bit my horse turns soooo much better this bit is awesome! great if you are coming off a snaffle bit and need something a step up i love it!
November 19, 2013
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Im looking to buy a new bit because my horse seems to be running through his tom thumb and not turning when i ask (his teeth are floated so i don't believe that is the problem). Any opinions on this bit?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I tried this bit on my barrel/gymkhana horse and it cut the sides of her mouth. I even tried it on a couple other horses and had similar effects. I've been leaning toward myler type bits with my competitive horses, especially my hot horses who need more woah. Good luck!