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Correction: 4 moving parts allow the horse to respond to subtle rein pressure, reducing heavy rein handling. Copper bars keep the horse’s mouth moist.
Spoon Port: The spoon port creates greater contact against the pallet, increasing the intensity of the feel of this bit.
Ported Chain: Slight pallet pressure with good tongue relief. More feel across the bars than a regular chain.
Chain: The chain mouthpiece is mild yet more aggressive than a two or three piece snaffle mouthpiece.
Mullen Bar: This mouthpiece sweeps forward and is slightly raised for limited tongue relief and no pallet pressure.
The mouthpiece is made of ½” sweet iron and has three equal breaks. This allows for tongue relief, while intensifying the pressure on the outside of the bars.
The slight bow in the mouthpiece allows for more comfort at rest and a good feel on the pull.
The mouthpiece is a four-break chain with a center link interrupting the continual pressure across the mouth. This allows for more intensity on the outside pressure points. The copper center loose rollers aid in keeping the mouth moist.
This low port mouthpiece is made of 1/2" sweet iron with inlaid copper strips in the center of the port. The height of the port measures 1 1/3" which doesn't quite reach the pallet on most horses. This port allows even pull and is considered mild in severity.
The mouthpiece is made of ½” sweet iron with a 2” tall port. This port creates moderate collection with even pull across the mouth.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Correction: 4 moving parts allow the horse to respond to subtle rein pressure, reducing heavy rein handling. Copper bars keep the horse’s mouth moist.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Spoon Port: The spoon port creates greater contact against the pallet, increasing the intensity of the feel of this bit.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Ported Chain: Slight pallet pressure with good tongue relief. More feel across the bars than a regular chain.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Chain: The chain mouthpiece is mild yet more aggressive than a two or three piece snaffle mouthpiece.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Mullen Bar: This mouthpiece sweeps forward and is slightly raised for limited tongue relief and no pallet pressure.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The mouthpiece is made of ½” sweet iron and has three equal breaks. This allows for tongue relief, while intensifying the pressure on the outside of the bars.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The slight bow in the mouthpiece allows for more comfort at rest and a good feel on the pull.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The mouthpiece is a four-break chain with a center link interrupting the continual pressure across the mouth. This allows for more intensity on the outside pressure points. The copper center loose rollers aid in keeping the mouth moist.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, This low port mouthpiece is made of 1/2" sweet iron with inlaid copper strips in the center of the port. The height of the port measures 1 1/3" which doesn't quite reach the pallet on most horses. This port allows even pull and is considered mild in severity.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The mouthpiece is made of ½” sweet iron with a 2” tall port. This port creates moderate collection with even pull across the mouth.

Professional's Choice Long Shank Double Bar Bit

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Mouth: 5” Cheek: 8” Provides great balance, smooth leverage application, and quick release. All cheek pieces are stainless steel. All mouthpieces are sweet iron.