Western SS Stop N Turn Bit

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Western SS Stop N Turn Bit

$13.12

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Product Summary:

5" long Stainless Steel shanks with rope nose.  Features swivel shanks, solid curb, and rope nose.  Rope length: 12"-13".
Also used as a combination hackamore.

Item Number Model Number UPC
WBA21 171073 641997015518

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Fabulous, nothing compares for its specific use.
Like, would recommend. Learned product from a trainer and also a friend. Very helpful training tool.
June 28, 2018
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3 months ago
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Best hack ever!
The best hack I have owned hands down. U only need light pressure for a response. Probably not the best for heavy hands.
June 14, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Gets my horse's head back in the game
Great for my gaited horse who likes to stick his tongue over the bit. No more mouthpiece means no more trickiness. It's strong enough to remind him he's not in charge but light enough on a loose rein that he relaxes into a nice floating gait. My horse is more focused on the task at hand instead of how to evade work. Definitely not for the heavy-handed rider. You could bruise up his chin or worse if you aren't mindful. Lightness, even when correcting, should be the idea. I would like to see an option for a padded nose instead of the rope, but it's a great little tool.
December 17, 2016
Great product ever made.
I have used this hack for as long as it has been available. I would start horses and finish with this bit. YES you need to use a very light hand with this bit and the horse responds very well the very first time if you take the time on the ground to show the horse left, right and back. Less then a minuet. So please use only if experienced and have a soft light hand.
May 21, 2015
awesome
Cant say enough about it just awesome. I definately recomend this product.
March 19, 2014
size wrong for us
I bought two bits a couple months ago for western riding. I ride both western and English so I had not gotten to this bit yet. I tried it for the first time today and it was so tight on the horse that the headstall could not go on all the way properly. He is a 15.3hh TB, weighing 1,063lbs.
December 2, 2013
Great gear!!!!!
I have used this on a free running barrel horse that needed a break from a heavy handed rider. You have the control, flex and bend that is necessary to work through a pattern at any speed. Can really help calm a nervous horse who needs a break from a bit....
March 24, 2013
Excellent hack
A gelding I bought years ago came with one of these, and it sat on a shelf for years because I never used it. Then I bought a mare who wouldn't take a bit, and I'm as happy as ever. Takes very little pressure for response, and lasts FOREVER. Had mine for about 8yrs and sent it with the last horse I sold (thought about getting out of horses), but recently re-purchased the said mare who won't take a bit, and I'm buying another!
August 1, 2012
EXCELLENT PRODUCT!!
I bought this a few months ago for my 2 yr old horse. He is so soft-mouthed that we decided to try the stop n turn, and it works amazingly well! He seems to like it also, as he doesn't fuss like he does with a bit in his mouth. I will say, it's definitely not for an inexperienced rider, because it takes VERY little pressure to stop and turn the horse; I can easily turn mine with the pressure from my pinky finger on the rein.
June 6, 2012
GREAT PIECE OF EQUIPMENT!
My horse does not like having a bit in his mouth, but needs help with collection, & his whoa. This "bit" does wonders for him! He has an awesome stop to him & it takes VERY LITTLE pressure to stop him. I would recommend this to anyone that doesnt want to use a bit.
December 6, 2011
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My horse will only respond like I want him to with this stop and go.
Trent K on Apr 4, 2015
"Quick stop" bit that I bought I love, its tough enough when you need to be but easy going most of the time. Ive used this bit barrel racing, trailriding with my mule, and just as a quick bridle to throw on while riding bareback. It is a little flimsier than I'd prefer but a good price so I was sold!
AMANDA J on May 2, 2014
My horse will only respond like I want him to with this stop and go.
Trent K on Apr 4, 2015
for barrel racing
patricia d on Sep 8, 2014
"Quick stop" bit that I bought I love, its tough enough when you need to be but easy going most of the time. Ive used this bit barrel racing, trailriding with my mule, and just as a quick bridle to throw on while riding bareback. It is a little flimsier than I'd prefer but a good price so I was sold!
AMANDA J on May 2, 2014
Good price
Fidel C on Feb 24, 2014
for barrel racing
patricia d on Sep 8, 2014
Good price
Fidel C on Feb 24, 2014
how do you attach head stall ?
tim r on Mar 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Here is my best attempt at answering this. I am unsure of how to word this so they understand it, but right to the raw hide before the knots. This photo is missing the rubber stoppers that go before the knots on each side. So the headstall side should goes between the rubber stopper and the knots. To better keep it in place.
Does this bit go in there mouth or not?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No does not go in the mouth. Rope goes over the nose, metal under chin. Considered more of a harsher hackamore
Would this be good for an ex race horse?
Destiny M on Jul 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: NO! that is a terrible abomination to put on a horse, The solid curb can break a jaw or make horses throw their heads, even light hands don't work with that bit..
I am looking for sizing on the stop and turn bits. What sizes are available, and how do I get the right fit for my horse?
B W on Sep 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Please contact our customer service department and we would be more than happy to assist you!
My horse is very tender-mouth and rears often if pulling on the reins and not pulling hard either. I use a very light touch with her and I am looking for something that will help her to stop rearing. I am thinking that the bit may be the problem, do you think this will help with that?
kim t on Jun 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have gone completely bit-less in all of my horses. The stop n turn has corrected a number of issues including severe head tossing. I recommend this product for every horse. I hope it works as well for you as it does for me.
How do you connect it to the headstall?
A shopper on Aug 3, 2018