Westen MI Snaffle Tom Thumb Bit

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Westen MI Snaffle Tom Thumb Bit


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Product Summary:

5" Mouth, 6" Cheeks, Chrome Plated
Item Number Model Number UPC
E008329 173110 765839731104

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What size is this bit?
A shopper on Jun 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This bit has a 5" mouth and 6" cheeks.
how do I know which bit to use on my horse?
A shopper on Jul 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Which bit to use depends on a lot of different factors. Like the horse's age, what are you going to be doing with the horse and where is the horse in training. A lot of trainer's like using the Tom Thumb Bit when training colts because the bit has a little leverage due to the shanks. I myself don't own a Tom Thumb because I start with an O-Ring to a D-Ring snaffle then depending on what I'm going to be doing with the horse when it is four years old, I'll either going into the hackamore or transition it to an Argentine snaffle or short shank snaffle. Unless going to take the horse to a Stock Horse or Cutting competion, I leave my horse's in the snaffle whichever snaffle works the best for that individual horse. These are great styles for novice rider's, easy on the mouth. The Tom Thumb to me is a Short Shank snaffle and is a very good using bit. It's just my personal preference that I don't use it.