PE - Apple-Tech Peanut Jointed Two Ring Gag Metal
Why choose a two ring gag for your horse?
The Apple-Teque peanut jointed gag is a happy mouth style bit with a warm and durable plastic covering which is kind to the horse’s mouth. The peanut joint prevents the mouthpiece from coming into contact with the palate, making it more comfortable in the horse’s mouth. Our unique Apple-Teque covering is apple flavoured and can help the horse to easily accept the bit.
Also known as a continental bit, it works by raising the bit in the horse's mouth in a similar way to a traditional gag but without the same severity. The reins can either be attached to the snaffle ring, or the lower ring for increased poll pressure and leverage. You can also use two reins or rounding's attached to a single rein with this bit so that a correct contact can be maintained on the snaffle ring without poll pressure when needed. This bit is perfect for riders who need a little more control when jumping or doing fast work.
As per our size guide the A & B measurements of this bit are as follows:
4.5" & 5" - A=16mm & B=120mm
5.5" - A=16mm & B=145mm
Apple-Teque Horse Bits...
Apple-Teque bits are very similar to rubber bits with the benefit of being lighter and more flexible. They are apple flavoured, making them very palatable and therefore suited to young/green horses or horses that have sensitive mouths. A warm and gentle choice suited to many.
Please note, for reasons of health and hygiene this bit is non returnable if removed from the template.
- Double jointed, durable Apple-Teque mouthpiece with peanut joint
- Apple flavoured for easy acceptance
- Exerts poll pressure with a limited gag action
- Ideally used by experienced riders
- This bit is NOT BD Legal
- Bit strength: Moderate
To promote good hygiene and protect the longevity of your horse bit we recommend the following care regimen after every use.
1. Rinse your bit after every use under a tap to remove any saliva or debris on the surface.
2. Use a soft sponge or cloth to wipe any excess debris off of the bit, paying particular attention to joins and hinges.
3. Leave to dry naturally.