Used Snaffle Bits for Sale

Snaffle Bits for sale

Bridle mouthpieces are a popular choice for horses of all ages. The western bridles are smooth and connected in the middle. There are many purchase options on our website, both for gouges and snaffle bits. It is an effective training aid that can be used for a lifetime. Truly original engraved, short-legged bridle shafts:

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Snaffle bits are a favourite kind of teeth for many horse rides. British snaffle pieces use an elliptical jaw that can move back and forth but does not turn. Snaffle bits are soft teeth with which you can compete with youngsters or show your veteran horse.

All Centaur Metalab, Neue Schule Bits or Shire's Equestrian are trademarks of British egg yolk snaffles, which we offer at reasonable price. Snaffle bits are a favourite kind of teeth for many horse rides. British snaffle pieces use an elliptical jaw that can move back and forth but does not turn.

Snaffle bits are soft teeth with which you can compete with youngsters or show your veteran horse. All Centaur Metalab, Neue Schule Bits or Shire's Equestrian are trademarks of English egg yolk snaffles, which we offer at reasonable price.

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There are many purchase choices on our website, for both gouge and snaffle bits. 5. 2 A spar or one of the following bits must be used in each of the harness categories. These features are: one with an Unbreakable Rod Nozzle with an inches or more from the bottom of the rod to the top of the opening.

It must be round, flat and made of a single part. There is a 5/16 in. minimal size on each part of the nose part. Rods must be round, ovate or ovoid, plain and unpacked. The use of rubber wraps or other materials is not permitted.

Do not exceed 8 1/2 inch from the inside of the top of the head ring to the point of traction in the lower ring. Do not use wires, chains or other metallic or raw skin devices in connection with the teeth or any part of the chinstrap.

The chinstrap made of cowhide must be shallow, supple and at least 1/2 in. thick. Do not allow metallic studs to come into direct physical touch with the horse's jaws or notches. It is not permitted to have metallic holders on the headband. The snaffle should be either of the " D " or " O " ring, not bigger than 4in. on the inside of the ring.

You must have a fractured, 2-piece nose part with a diametre of at least 5/16 inches, 1 inches from the inside of the ring at the snaffle, with a progressive reduction to the middle of the snaffle. Mouthpieces should be round, ovate or ovoid, plain and unpacked.

This can be inlayed, but must be slippery. Rubber packaging is not accepted. The bits must be such that no unacceptable lever action is exerted when the bridles are drawn, i.e. the inside of the ring must be free of bridles, kerbstones or headstall fastenings. Use a chinstrap made of any width of cowhide or other interwoven fabric.

Do not use steel, chains or other materials. The name SNAFFLE BIT for bridle bits are traditional O-rings, eggstiches or D-rings with a ring that is not bigger than 4" and not smaller than 2". There must be no levers, kerbstones or headrests around the inner periphery of the ring.

Mouthpieces should be round, ovate or ovoid, sleek and wireless. Can be inlayed, but it can be plain and/or covered with rubber. Rods must have a diametre of at least 5 ", measuring 1 " in the cheeks with a progressive reduction towards the centre of the snaffle. Option kerbing is reasonable, but kerbing is unacceptable.

FOITT - Reference to a single-bit is a curbstone chisel that has a fixed or fractured tip, shafts and lever action. Any kerb chisel must be free of mechanics and should be regarded as a regular Westerns chisel. 1? ", where roles and lids are allowed.

WAESTERN - Snaffle chisels in the west mean the traditional O-ring, Eierstitch or D-ring with a ring of not more than 4" dia (100 mm). There must be no levers, kerbstones or headrests around the inner periphery of the ring. Mouthpieces should be round, ovate or ovoid, plain and unpacked.

They can be inlayed, but they can be plain or packed in rubber. Rods must have a diametre of at least 8 mm (5/16") at a distance of one inches (.25 mm) from the cheeks, with a progressive reduction towards the centre of the snaffle. The use of a three-piece connection ring with a 32 mm or less or a connection rod measuring from top to bottom of 10 mm to 20 mm (3/8" to 3/4") with a max. length of 50 mm (2") lying shallow in the horse's jaws is permitted.

The use of an optionally available bracelet fixed to a snaffle bite under the bridles is also an option. In the case of a regular occidental chisel, the rods must be round, ovate or ovoid, flat and unpackaged, with a jaw bore from 8 mm to 20 mm (5/16" to 3/4"), and 1 " (25 mm) across the face.

On the other hand, the wires on the pendulum rods (above the rods and attached to the spade) of a conventional cutting tool are tolerable. It can be inlayed, but must be plain or packed in rubber. 3-part connection ring with a 32 mm or less or top-down measuring connection rod of 10 mm to 20 mm (3/8" to 3/4") with a max. length of 50 mm (2") lying shallow in the horse's jaws; the opening must not be higher than 90 mm (3 1/2"), with castors and coverings permitted.

Fractured mouths, half races and shovels are included as standards; doughnut and shallow pole mouths are not permitted; a kerb bite must be used with a kerbstone band or a kerb necklace that is placed so that it comes into direct touch with the horses jaw; ANGLISH - An Anglo-Snaffle (without shaft), Kirberwick, Peleham and/or full-briddle ( (with two reins) must be used in all grades of Anglophone, all with cap nose straps and simple headbands made of leathers.

Massive and fractured nosepieces must have a diametre of 8 mm to 20 mm (5/16" to 3/4"), 1 " (25 mm) away from the jaw and must not have an opening higher than 40 mm (1 1/2"). It may be inlayed, plastic-coated, inclusive gum or plastics, or coated, but must be slick.

Only in the case of fractured mouthpiece, connection collars with a diametre of 32 mm (1 1/4") or less or connection rods of 10 mm to 20 mm (3/8" to 3/4") from top to bottom with a max. length of 50 mm (2") lying shallow in the horse's jaws are permitted. The snaffle must not be bigger than 100 mm (4") in diam.

Every tightly knuckled binding piece demands the use of a kerb anchor. Plain round, oblong or egg-shaped, low speed rotation, corkscrews, simple twisting wires, doubly twisting wires and linear or massive mouths are allow. Wires of any kind and on any part of the kerbstone are not permitted.

A chest flange may be used, of which no part may go over the horse's throat. Snaffle teeth are only allowed to be used with a snaffle and may not have a nose strap. Do not use turned snaffle wires. Bridging chisels must be at least 10 mm (3/8") in size and have a plain, one-piece mouthpiece.

Bosal and hackamore can be used.

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