PE BLUE SWEET IRON LOOSE RING SNAFFLE WITH BRASS ALLOY LOZENGE
PE BLUE SWEET IRON LOOSE RING SNAFFLE WITH BRASS ALLOY LOZENGE
PE BLUE SWEET IRON LOOSE RING SNAFFLE WITH BRASS ALLOY LOZENGE

PE BLUE SWEET IRON LOOSE RING SNAFFLE WITH BRASS ALLOY LOZENGE

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Why choose a loose ring snaffle for your horse?

This bit is part of the snaffle family and is generally a very mild bit with a gentle upwards action which helps to raise the head and neck. The loose ring cheeks offer a greater range of movement than a fixed cheek which can help to discourage fixing and leaning. A double jointed mouthpiece with brass alloy lozenge helps to distribute pressure evenly over the tongue and bars of the mouth whilst aiding salivation.

Blue sweet iron oxidises easily which creates a warming sensation and a sweet taste in the horse's mouth, helping them to accept the bit. Please note that the blue colour will fade with use, this is normal.

Measurements
As per our size guide the A & B measurements of this bit are as follows:
A=15mm
B=65mm

Blue Sweet Iron Horse Bits...
Blue Sweet iron bits oxidise easily which creates a warm sweet taste in the horse's mouth, encouraging them to salivate. Some horses often prefer the warm sensation of sweet iron compared to stainless steel which is naturally colder. Sweet iron bits are therefore ideal for sensitive horses or horses that need encouragement to mouth and accept the bit.

Pair your loose ring snaffle horse bit with one of our Anatomical Bridles.

Please note, for reasons of health and hygiene this bit is non returnable if removed from the template.

  • Double jointed, blue sweet iron mouthpiece with brass alloy lozenge
  • Can help to gently raise the head and neck
  • Bit strength: Mild
  • This bit is BD Legal

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.