Western Grazing Bit

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On the right side, the bit is commonly referred to as the willow bit. Coronet's Black Iron Western Grazing Bit. Westerly pasture kerbs 3/4 " low to middle bore 4 3/4" nosepiece with 7 1/2" turned rear shafts. Heavyweight kerb bit, ideal for Western leisure horse, as it will encourage them to keep their heads down. 5â low to middle nose piece with 7 1/2â slightly turned back shafts.

A good western knowledge base. 5â low to middle nose piece with 7 1/2â slightly turned back shafts.

A good western knowledge base. Low 5 1/4â nose piece with 7 1/2â slightly twisted rear shafts. A good western knowledge base. 5â stainless stell or soft ferrous tip, & 7" woven cable pattern with slightly twisted back shafts. Unprocessed soft iron/black metal nozzle rusting in use as it has been developed, but some ponies favour the flavour & it encourages a wet snout.

Nosepiece is a 4 3/4" or dense 5" with 7" plaited cord with slightly twisted back shafts. Size 4 3/4" thick 5" 5â 5mm cup with 6 1/2â slightly turned back shafts. It is known as C-Bit, it is a very good bit with low lever action for a horse with a good muzzle.

A low to middle ports add reed release and little palatal touch, while cup keeps the mouths hydrated and softer. "5 "5" cup with 7 3/4â twisted shafts. The 5 1/8" nozzle is a good option if you want to use a bit protection and still have a 5" nozzle.

It is a great bit of trails, or for general use on a smooth, soft-mouthed saddleback. 5â mid-size, smooth steel nozzle with 7â slightly twisted back legs. It is known as C-Bit, it is a very good bit with low lever action for a good muzzle. Intense, smooth and smooth, mildly acidic, and with a smooth finish. Media Porth brings reed and small palatal touch while sweaty irons keep the lips smooth and smooth.

Low 5 1/2â nose piece with 7 1/2â slightly twisted rear shafts. A good western knowledge of the language. 5â softly twisted 7â rear thighs. Its low muzzle is a favourite all-round bit that is ideal for everything from ranches to show pens. There is a little reed pattern on the basis of the porthole with little or no palatal touch.

Thighs are turned back to raise the sound and allow a steed to browse with the kerb straps fallen down to place the kerb elsewhere for a new feeling. Unprocessed rusting iron nozzle, as it has been developed, but some ponies enjoy the flavour & it encourages a wet nose.

5â Nose piece made of brass with 7 1/4â long shafts/cheeks. A slightly more chic shaft, mullener Mund provides reed reliefs & cupric keeps the mouths swollen. 3/4 " low bore 4 3/4" low bore with 8 1/4" twisted shafts with large conch. The opening is about 7/8 " from the bottom of the nozzle and the shafts are fix.

Size - 4 3/4" 5â Media Ports nozzle with 7 1/4â twisted rear shafts. There is a slight reed pattern on the basis of the porthole with little palatal touch. Thighs are turned back to raise the level and let a steed pasture. "5 "5" low ported 8 1/2" fairly flat thighs have hearts, engravings & large deep drawn Concho.

5â tweezers with 7 1/4â twisted rear shafts. The shafts have a slit for the kerbstone necklace. A little bit of corrosion, but mainly at the mouth piece. Low 5 1/2â mouth piece with 7 1/2â slightly twisted rear shafts. A good western knowledge base. 5â cute high sport ferrous spoons with cupreel, cupric inserts and 7 1/2" twisted shafts with cable connectors.

Carbon-styled bit is carbon fiber or sweeter metal that is not treated, so there is corrosion that is common and encourages a smooth, damp oral cavity. Kupferwalze quietens the jittery horses and at the same time encourages a wet muzzle. 3/4 " or dense 5" high nose piece with 7 1/4â back-swiveled, solid Foreman shaft.

Dimensions: 4 3/4" inner pear to inner pear or 5" inner pear.  This makes a great transition or bit a workout, as bands on shafts provide various reins placing choices, large ring for a straight reins or lower ring for a lever effect. 5â low mouth piece with 7 1/4â turned rear shafts.

The slightly etched shafts have a slit for the kerbstone necklace and an unusual conchoid pattern on the neck. 3 3/4â low to middle ports nozzle with 5 3/4â C-shaped turned back shafts covered with an etched piece of sterlingite. The whole set of teeth is made of raw steal or sweaty irons, so it is rusted, a flavour some ponies like & that encourages a wet, pleasant muzzle.

3/4â 3/4â Media Ports with 7â slightly turned back shafts with a lightweight flower pattern that is only embossed with the stem on the mouth. Quite a tough piece, ideal for holding down the western amusement horse. 3 3/4â Low Graved Low Ports Graved Show Bit Western Curb Bit Low Ports Grazing Bit Nickel Metal?

3 3/4â low nose piece with 8 3/4â turned back shafts. The shafts are carved with a vine and leaf motif and have a round shell embossed on the mouth piece. 3 3/4â low to mid-size nose piece with 7 1/2â slightly turned back shafts, which have a lightweight flower motif that is only etched on the hinge with nose piece.

Quite a tough piece, ideal for holding down the western amusement horse. 5â Media Ports with 6 3/4â slightly twisted back shafts with gold engraving. This mid-size estuary is a favourite all-round bit that is ideal for everything from ranches to show pens.

There is a slight reed pattern on the basis of the porthole with little palatal touch. Low lever shafts are turned back to raise the light weighted valve stem. Bluish or dark steels are not processed, so they corrode, which is common, promoting a wet nose & some ponies favour the tast. A few small patches of corrosion can be found on the teeth.

Low mouth piece 4 1/2â with 6 3/4â slightly turned back shafts. A good western knowledge base. Slight corrosion, especially on the inside of the shafts. 5â high-ported 7â C or arrow-shaped rear shafts with a metatarsal & scroll pattern on the shafts. It looks as if the shafts have been warmed up to deflect the bridles from the horse's face (see close-up of the designer photograph of the butterfly).

Dense 5â cute 7 1/4â cone nozzle with returned shafts. The shafts are etched with a pattern of leaves and edges of a cable. It has a full palatal touch and is well suited for hard-charged ponies. There is a certain amount of lingual support on the ports as well. Low lever shafts are turned back to raise the light weighted valve stem.

Snackfood keeps your mouths moist and respond. There is some corrosion, as there is no treatment on sweetened steel.

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