Showjump and TomThumb Horse Bits


Korsteel Stainless Steel French Link 2 Ring Dutch Gag Bit
Korsteel Stainless Steel French Link 2 Ring Dutch Gag Bit
Korsteel Stainless Steel French Link 2 Ring Dutch Gag Bit features a French link which has been proven one of the most popular mouthpieces; it has 2 joints, which means the pressure of the bit is distributed over both the tongue and bars of the mouth. Because the mouthpiece has two joints, it shouldn't cause any interference with the roof of the mouth. The French link uses tongue pressure to encourage...
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Korsteel Stainless Steel Jointed 3 Ring Dutch Gag Bit
Korsteel Stainless Steel Jointed 3 Ring Dutch Gag Bit
Korsteel Stainless Steel Jointed 3 Ring Dutch Gag Bit is a three-ring gag which allows you to move the rein between the main ring and bottom ring to give more control. Ideal for stronger horses or if you wanted to change the strength of the bit easily. This bit has a single jointed mouth allowing a more nutcracker action to occur, this is a stronger movement then a French link.
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Shires Tom Thumb with Copper Lozenge 6318
Shires Tom Thumb with Copper Lozenge 6318
Shires Tom Thumb with Copper Lozenge works by putting pressure on the poll and the tongue. Attaching the reins to the lower rings will increase severity, it should be used with care. Mouthpiece thickness: 16mm. Cheek height: 135mm.
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Shires Two Ring Copper Lozenge Gag 528
Shires Two Ring Copper Lozenge Gag 528
Shires Two Ring Copper Lozenge Gag allows the rein to be placed on either the main ring or smaller lower ring for more leverage whilst the copper lozenge encourages the horse to salivate. The 5" and smaller sizes of this bit have smaller rings to ensure the bit remains in proportion. Mouthpiece thickness: 16mm. Cheek height: 120mm (4.5", 5"), 145mm (5.5", 6").
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Sweet Iron Tom Thumb Bit
Sweet Iron Tom Thumb Bit
Sweet Iron Tom Thumb Bit this is a popular bit amongst showjumpers, being similar in action to an American gag but without the action of the mouthpiece being raised up in the horses mouth. The shank of the Tom thumb bit gives leverage and encourages the horse to keep his carriage lower as well as providing brakes. The combination of sweet iron and copper makes the bit very palatable and almost all...
£25.50
Korsteel ShowJump Jointed 3 Ring Thin Bit
Korsteel ShowJump Jointed 3 Ring Thin Bit
Korsteel ShowJump Jointed 3 Ring Thin Bit the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably or a pelham rounding; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring...
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Show Jump Waterford 2 Ring
Show Jump Waterford 2 Ring
Show Jump Waterford 2 Ring the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies various pressures in...
£26.50
Show Jump Waterford 3 Ring Bit
Show Jump Waterford 3 Ring Bit
Show Jump Waterford Bit the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably or a rounding; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies various pressures...
£27.50

Show Jump Jointed 2 Ring Bit
Show Jump Jointed 2 Ring Bit
Show Jump Jointed 2 Ring Bit the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies various pressures in...
£25.50
Show Jump Jointed 3 Ring Gag
Show Jump Jointed 3 Ring Gag
Show Jump Jointed 3 Ring Gag the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably or a pelham rounding; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies...
£23.50

Show Jump French Link 2 Ring Gag
Show Jump French Link 2 Ring Gag
Show Jump French Link 2 Ring Gag the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies various pressures...
£24.50
Show Jump French Link 3 Ring Gag
Show Jump French Link 3 Ring Gag
3 Ring French Link Gag the Continental Gag should be worn with 2 reins preferably; the first rein should be used on the snaffle ring, which is the first ring adjacent to the mouthpiece. When the first rein is attached to the snaffle rein it is used just like a loose ring hanging cheek bit, which uses poll pressure and lip pressure due to the sliding loose ring also applies various pressures in the...
£26.50

Showjump and TomThumb Horse Bits

The Tom thumb horse bit is similar to the Showjump Dutch Gags and introduces poll pressure as well creating leverage on the mouthpiece.  Browse Townfields Saddlers range of showjump gag bits with either 2 rings or 3 rings here. The waterford mouthpiece can help to prevent leaning. These bits can be used with a leather rounding, a double rein or just moving the rein to the lower ring for increased leverage. These bits are popular for eventing and forward going types.