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Loose Ring Snaffle


Rating: 4.5

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Rating: 3

Good in some cases

posted 5 years ago

Loose Ring snaffles are great for young horses, they are gentle on the mouth and lightweight. However, I really like Myler snaffles because they don't pinch the upper palate like a normal snaffle. The pressure is spread out across a larger area and makes it more gentle.

Pros: Lightweight, easy on the mouth

Cons: Can pinch

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Rating: 5

I am happy with it

posted 5 years ago

I like snaffel bits I think they are one of the most diverse bits you can find. They don't pinch the mouth and I still can maintain good control of my horse.

Pros: no pinching, good control

Cons: none

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