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Robart Pinchless Victory Show Snaffle Bit

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Robart Pinchless Victory Show Snaffle Bit
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The Robart Pinchless Victory Show Snaffle Bit has the snaffle mouthpiece combined with the shanks of a curb bit. This shank snaffle has leverage action added that can influence each side of your horse independently, making it a better bit to school turns than fixed curbs. The mouthpiece is a single jointed snaffle, encased in the sleeves using the Pinchless design. This allows the O-rings that join together to make the...

The Robart Pinchless Victory Show Snaffle Bit has the snaffle mouthpiece combined with the shanks of a curb bit. This shank snaffle has leverage action added that can influence each side of your horse independently, making it a better bit to school turns than fixed curbs. The mouthpiece is a single jointed snaffle, encased in the sleeves using the Pinchless design. This allows the O-rings that join together to make the joint to turn or swivel within this sleeve. The effect is that there are no static pressure points on the tongue that can cause pain. Having said that, this can be a bit that causes a lot of irritability in the horse because the snaffle still has the nutcracker effect, and presses down on the tongue, and potentially upward into the palate. The irritability is most commonly caused by misuse of the leverage in the shanks. The Robart Pinchless Victory Show Snaffle Bit, like other shank snaffles, should be used with care. It will potentially put pressure on the horse’s face with the upper shank, and confuse the horse about the direction of the aid. As with other leverage bits, it applies more pressure on the horse’s mouth with less pressure on the reins, amplifying the effect of the rider’s hands. The chin strap also acts on the chin groove, and exaggerates the tongue pressure. It is a misconception that this is a milder bit because of the snaffle mouthpiece, and should not be used by beginners or on green horses.
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