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Introduction to Snaffle Bits The Snaffle configuration by itself is a mild bit and one of the most universally used mouthpieces. It can be thick and mild on the bars and tongue or more severe if it…
To start, there is no “one size fits all” when it comes to horse bits. Many variables should factor in to the appropriate bit choice for your horse.
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Choosing a bit for your horse is serious business, but it doesn't need to be stressful. Our guide helps you find the right mouthpiece.
Gain insight into three common problem bits with the potential to pinch, poke, or otherwise make your horse wince.
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The spur is a refined and versatile tool with a long history for improving communication between rider and horse. They are designed to allow the rider to transmit very subtle signals to the horse that are nearly invisible to any other observer. Our spurs are a semi-custom made product. You pick the band style, the shank style, and the rowel size you want. Mix and match as you please and we will put them together for you as you have specified.
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Bits? Please! We all know bits are confusing, but click to read and get some basic knowledge about western bits to help you decide.
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