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Korsteel Cambridge Kimblewick With Slots

    • Poll and Lip Pressure
    • Curb Chain
    • Not Dressage Legal

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The Kimblewick uses a curb chain for increased leverage. It has two rein slots, the upper is used to increase the pressure on the tongue, while the lower is to increase leverage and curb chain pressure. This bit is harsher than a snaffle and, although popular with children and ponies, should be used by riders who have an established independent seat. It is not dressage legal.
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  • After each use, it is advisable to wash your bit under the tap and dry it thoroughly. It is not necessary to polish your bit, however if you wish to do so you may use any reputable metal polish, ensuring that there is no residue left on the bit. In order to achieve this, immerse in warm soapy water after polishing and rub thoroughly with a soft sponge. Finish off with a cold rinse under the tap and dry thoroughly with a cloth. Many riders actually pop the bit in the dishwasher usually once a week when the bridle has been taken apart during tack cleaning (please be aware that some dishwasher tablets/liquids can be caustic). So again follow the above steps for rinsing to ensure that there is no residue left on the bit.
  • Standard bit width size is 5 inches
  • Horses with small muzzles or jaws usually wear a 4 1/2 inch mouthpiece
  • Horses with larger muzzles or jaws usually take a 5 1/2-6 inch mouthpiece
  • Rule of thumb is that there should be one wrinkle at the corners of your horse's mouth