3” Rings • 5” Mouth • 7/16” Scrub Board • Overlaid Copper • Snaffle
One of the best schooling bits, this is a great tool when used with the intent to lighten up the horse’s head and back him off the bit, then return to his normal bit after the desired result is achieved. Inlaid scrub board copper causes the horse’s mouth to salivate to keep it soft and supple. Mullen relief is used on all our snaffle mouthpieces which is a forward curve that creates even pressure across the bars and tongue to eliminate the nutcracker effect.
A - Hat Size: Wrap a tape measure around your head about 1/2" above your ears and across forehead.
B - Neck Size: Take a shirt that fits you well, lay the collar flat and measure from the center of collar button to far end of collar button-hole. The measurement in inches is your neck size.
C - Chest/Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under arms and across shoulder blades.
D - Sleeve length: Bend elbow up, measure from center of neck (back) to elbow and up to wrist.
E - Waist Size: For Belts - To determine your belt size, add 2" to your jean or slack size. For Slacks/Jeans: Wrap the tape measure over a shirt (not slacks) around body at the height you usually wear jeans or slacks. Keep one finger between tape and body.
F - Hip Size: Standing with feet together, measure around the fullest part of hips (usually 8" below waistline or at the bottom of zipper.)
G - Inseam Size: Take a pair of pants that fit you well, lay flat with side seams together. Fold one leg back and measure flat leg from crotch inseam down to bottom of pant.
H - Footwear Size: Order your normal street shoe size unless otherwise specified.