The chifney is designed for leading lively horses and ponies which tend to jump back and rear. It is sometimes also known as a anti rearing bit. The chifney attaches to a head piece and has a single loop at the bottom to attach a lead rein or rope to..
£16.95 (inc. VAT) £14.13 (ex. VAT)
The Dexter bit is widely used in racing as it is useful with strong fit horses. The large ring can be used for leading a horse whilst it is tacked up. The jointed feature gives a nutcracker action, but this is limited due to the attachment onto the l..
£22.50 (inc. VAT) £18.75 (ex. VAT)
The English Hackamore makes up part of a bit less bridle. Although this bridle has no bit it is still potentially quite severe as it works using pressure on the nose and poll. ..
£39.95 (inc. VAT) £33.29 (ex. VAT)
This mouthing bit is commonly used for breaking in horses. Being a fixed cheek bit it is especially useful for horses that are unsure of the bit as it doesn't move around much in the mouth. The full cheek also helps with turning by applying pressure ..
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This mouthing bit is commonly used for breaking in horses. This type of breaking bit is usually used as a starting for young horses to encourage mouthing and chewing. The keys on the mouthpiece encourage the horse to accept the bit and play to encour..
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This bit is designed to be used in conjunction with a Weymouth bit. The bradoon is attached to the slip head of the weymouth bridle and generally should be 1/4" or 1/2" bigger than the weymouth/ normal bit size. Bradoons are also very useful to use a..
£11.95 (inc. VAT) £9.96 (ex. VAT)
The Nylon snaffle with loose rings is a bit suitable for in hand work only, and is a good bit to start mouthing a youngster with. The nylon snaffle has small rings that are less likely to get caught up if the young horse rubs his mouth on anything, a..
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