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Loose Ring w/ Ergöm Lozenge - 5"
Loose Ring w/ Ergöm Lozenge - 5.25"
Loose Ring w/ Ergöm Lozenge - 5.5"
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Loose Ring w/ French Link Roller - 5"
Loose Ring w/ French Link Roller - 5.25"
Loose Ring w/ French Link Roller - 5.5"
The Mikmar Bradoon Snaffle
The Mikmar Bradoon Snaffle can be used with a Weymouth bit or by itself. This Loose Ring bit offers a 14mm thick version of the "Simple Center" Mouthpiece made of Cupreon. The Cupreon Simple Center Mouthpiece offers an uncomplicated yet effective design. The vertically positioned "Simple Center" Link is well constructed in both shape and thickness for excellent results and the slightly curved bars offer a nice soft feel conforming to the horses mouth. The 55mm cheeks are made of high quality stainless steel.
The Mikmar Loose Ring Ergöm Lozenge Snaffle
Cupreon, 70mm cheek- Stainless Steel
This bit offers the popular 70mm size cheek made of
high quality stainless steel and Mikmars Cupreon Ergöm
Lozenge Mouthpiece. The versatile loose ring style cheek combined with the double- jointed mouthpiece
allows movement along the rings and invites the horse
to mouth the bit. It is excellent for softening in the
jaw and aids in connection and consistent contact with
the rider resulting in proper carriage and balance and
equilibrium. This is an ideal choice for all levels
of training and competition and isDressage legal.
Approved for USEF/USDF dressage competitions.
The Mikmar Loose Ring French Link Roller Snaffle
Cupreon, 70 mm cheek-Stainless Steel
bit offers the popular 70mm size cheek made of high
quality stainless steel and Mikmars Cupreon French Link
with copper roller mouthpiece. The
loose ring style cheek offers movement encouraging chewing
and acceptance. Combined with the French Link style
centerpiece it is desirable for nervous or “busy
mouthed” horses. It is particularly good for added
control without abuse to the mouth. It is an excellent
choice for all levels of training and competition.
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