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Robart Short Shank Training Snaffle Bit

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Robart Short Shank Training Snaffle Bit
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$50.39
$50.39

The Robart Short Shank Training Snaffle Bit has the revolutionary technology of the Pinchless series of bits, with a versatile design that is perfect to transition a horse from a snaffle to a leverage bit! The mouthpiece has the ability for the central joints to rotate and comfortably flatten over the horses’ tongue. Traditional single jointed snaffles can dig into the tongue, as well as the palate of the horse, when...

The Robart Short Shank Training Snaffle Bit has the revolutionary technology of the Pinchless series of bits, with a versatile design that is perfect to transition a horse from a snaffle to a leverage bit! The mouthpiece has the ability for the central joints to rotate and comfortably flatten over the horses’ tongue. Traditional single jointed snaffles can dig into the tongue, as well as the palate of the horse, when pressure is applied. The joint of this bit has the ability to rotate in the sleeves of the two side pieces that build the mouthpiece, allowing the O-rings of the joint to relax over the tongue. The mouthpiece joins the shanks with the ability to rotate as well. When the reins and cheekpieces are attached to the central ring, this bit can be used as a full cheek snaffle, having the extensions of the shanks influence the horse with pressure on their nose. When one rein is used, the horse feels the opposing side touch their nose and muzzle. With the cheekpieces attached to the upper ring, the bit becomes more like a Baucher, with leverage action working on the poll. With the reins attached to the lower rings as well, there is leverage action across the tongue and bars of the horses’ mouth, as well as on the chin groove with the properly adjusted curb strap. This makes a great transitional bit to a shank snaffle. Variations of positioning can be adapted for the individual horse.
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