Rubber-coated apple-flavored snaffle bit is excellent for training or dressage.
A quality bit from Horze that is milder than the commonly used English jointed snaffle bits. A popular bit, constructed of a stainless steel core and non-toxic high tech plastic, making it soft, flexible, gentle and comfortable for your horse. The unique apple scent increases acceptance of the bit for both young and older horses. This will not interfere with a horse’s palate and encourages relaxation. This is one of the most popular mouthpieces for dressage work. Made of synthetic rubber (apple-flavor/scent) and a stainless steel core. Like most English snaffle bits the primary action is the pull on the bars of the mouth. The jointed mouthpiece exerts a nutcracker effect when the bit is engaged, pressuring the tongue and roof of the mouth.
Details: Thickness: 18mm (2/3”). Made of synthetic rubber (apple-flavor/scent) and a stainless steel core.*Contains nickel.
Always wash a bit after each ride. Remove from bridle and soak in hot water. Use small brush to remove residue. Dry with clean towel.
Horses having an allergic reaction to nickel are not common.How it works:Like most English snaffle bits the primary action is the pull on the bars of the mouth. The jointed mouthpiece exerts a nutcracker effect when the bit is engaged, pressuring the tongue and roof of the mouth.
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I bought the bit for my 25 year old gelding with Spat. The disease causes him to run mostly with discarded neck: - / When I saw the dentition with apple flavor I put all my hope in this bit, because my horse loves to eat! :-D And then I had the bit yesterday for the first time in it and a little ran like a dream! The fact that the dentition has taste, he always looked for the dentition and went through great. I can only recommend!
My mare accepted the dentition immediately, but sharp edges were already formed the first time. Unfortunately, I can not recommend the bit because the risk of injury is too great.
Great dentition. Horse chews, no bites or signs of wear, is very well in the mouth and is light.