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Korsteel Copper Roller Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle

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Korsteel Copper Roller Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle
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$29.99
$29.99

The Korsteel Copper Roller Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle is a mild double-jointed snaffle that will catch the fancy of more than one horse! The double-jointed mouthpiece ‘hangs’ over the horse’s tongue, and comfortably across the bars of his mouth. For the horse that has a short attention span, or constantly searches for something to do with his mouth, the copper roller in the central element will keep him entertained. Rollers encourage a...

The Korsteel Copper Roller Mouth Eggbutt Snaffle is a mild double-jointed snaffle that will catch the fancy of more than one horse! The double-jointed mouthpiece ‘hangs’ over the horse’s tongue, and comfortably across the bars of his mouth. For the horse that has a short attention span, or constantly searches for something to do with his mouth, the copper roller in the central element will keep him entertained. Rollers encourage a horse to relax his jaw, and the copper metal also stimulates salivation. Many horses genuinely prefer the taste of copper to the neutral taste of stainless steel. It is said to be ‘tart’ as opposed to ‘sweet’, like the taste of sweet iron. The stainless steel canons of the mouthpiece and the bit rings are non-corrosive and extremely durable. They also offer the beauty and elegance. Stainless steel is very easy to clean and maintain, and does not need polish to keep its gleam. The Eggbutt contours of the bit ring also contribute to the overall elegance of the bit. The tapered ends of the rings flatten and thus lie flush against the horse’s nose and muzzle. The reins will not hook or catch on the Eggbutt rings like they might on a D-ring or full cheek, and there is no possibility of a horse’s skin getting pinched, like with a loose ring. The fixed mouthpiece to the Eggbutt rings prevent the bit from rotating in a horse’s mouth, encouraging steadiness in contact.

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