English Bits for Sale

Bits for sale in English

The Kimberwick and Pelham Bits are popular bits for English horses. Mary's has Pelham converters in the English bits accessories section. Bits - Hackamore bits - Floating bits how English bits are used in the English discipline. These are used to talk to or monitor the rider. English-language bits are available in many mouthpiece/cheekpiece/cheeks.

The most English bits are made of high-grade steal. English-style bits are available in a large number of jaw widths to suit the different types of saddle used.

In our equestrian area you will find the widest range that you can find on line. Therefore, the first piece that a youngster wears should be as comfy as possible. Furthermore, poorly seated teeth can cause your horses to suffer a wide range of unpleasant circumstances: It is therefore important to choose a full bridle bite that suits your horses to ensure that they feel good and can focus on following your course.

Too small bridles with full cheeks can crush or tweak your horse's face, while a too large piece moves from one side to the other, inflicting wounds and incisions on the lip and throat. Also, if it is a little too big, it can be hard to steer your horses well.

Generally, the mouthpieces on each side of the teeth should protrude about 0.6 cm beyond the mouth of your horses should. You have several ways to determine a new bit: When you already have a suitable set of teeth that your mare used, you can simply take measurements of his old set of teeth.

When you don't have a little something, you can check your horse's muzzle. Slice off an approx. 30 cm long cord. Use your scale or scale as a guide, bind a 2 inch (05 cm) toggle in. Pull the cord through your horse's jaws and let the rope lie against its outside rib.

You can use the markers to indicate where the outside of your horse's labellum will fall to the other side of the line. You can use a part of an anchor instead of a cord if you like. It is also possible to use a measuring scale made of synthetic or elastic material. When using this technique, pull the band through your horse's jaws and take measurements from one side of his face to the other.

Important: Please note that the mouthpieces of your horses must be approx. 0.06 cm longer on each side, regardless of the chosen technique. Put your horse's old teeth on a level area. Use a measuring scale from one side of the ring to the other (these dimensions should be measured inside the ring or cheek).

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