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Fun Bit Thread :)
Just for fun, wanted to see how many people use the same bits as I do. Not wanting to bash anybody on choices of bits, just curious, kind of fun :) anywho heres mine :)
D Ring Snaffle Bit (not exact one, Shorter shank)
3" O Ring Snaffle Bit
(wow! way bigger than i thought! short shank port bit)
Also figured I would include these 2 since some people dont even use bits :)
(NOT my horse just using the picuter of the Bosal)
So what bits you ride in? and how different are they from others? Have some fun and find out tehe :)
I ride my mare in a plain eggbutt snaffle...
And also a 3/4" bosal. I don't have pics, but it is the rawhide with kangaroo noseband...
This is the bit I've been saving up for;
My guys in an eggbutt as well.
Right now, just a regular ol' eggbut snaffle with a copper mouthpiece :D My youngster, Red, carries it really well. Looks very sharp in it.
Getting ready to hunt down...
Mullen mouth short-shanked for my Foxtrotter. He just doesn't respond as well in the snaffle, he likes a fuller/heavier bit to carry, apparently.
Nice full-cheek and maybe a D-ring. Haven't decided on the mouthpiece yet.
Nothing fancy for me, just what the horses like ;) I tried a hackamore on Loki and he had an absolute fit about it. Put it on my ol' rescue Sam and he was in love.
I was riding in a copper french link, but then switched to the Pelham in December.
KK Training Snaffle, double join, lovely bit
Dr Bristol Bit - £15.61 : Equestrian & Country Leisure Limited, For all your equestrian needs
D-ring snaffle with rubber
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i ride in a eggbut snaffle
I like using a snaffle bit similar to this one:
This is what Abby got recently. She rides much better in a rope halter than bits, so I got her a sidepull attachment because I like my headstall too much and her nasty brown rope halter (got it when I bought her because the lady used it on her as a bridle and didn't need it anymore) slides all over.
It attaches like this with a curb strap.
This is what hers looks like.
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