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I got my walking horse robarts pinchless bit today and wow I love it! Anyone else ever use his products??
 

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YES!!!! I have 2 Robarts pinchless curbs, I have used them for over 10 years, and on 4 different horses. They are perfect for schooling 2 handed and also perform superbly one handed in the show ring. Every horse has responded great with them.
 

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I've got a Robart "Reiner" for my Rocky Mountain gelding and like it. I bought it as a cheaper and perhaps more durable alternative to the Imus gaited bit. So far so good.
 

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I've been looking at one...but if I buy another bit anytime soon, my wife may shove it in MY mouth!

Of course, at least it would be "pinchless"...:p
 

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bsms, you are not a true horse person until you have a collection of bits that is always being expanded upon.
 

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Awesome to hear that others have used and live them. And yes BSMS it is required to have a collection. I had to put it on an old headstall my latest pretty one was too wide to rig it with. Guess time to go liking for one that fits and is flashy
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I know several people that use them and have heard nothing but good things about them. I don't have any of the bits but i do have a pair of robart spurs. Very nice and heavy.
 

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Everything old is new again!!! :)

The English Saddle bit appears to be a clone of the M1909 cavalry bit. I measured mine and the dimensions are the same.

These look like good products. How do they hold up in service?

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I have had mine for over ten years, just like new still. The bit on my horse in the picture is Robart's reiner and is over ten years old.
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