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FES Twisted Wire Kimberwick

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Overview
FES Twisted Wire Kimberwick
Light enough to ride everyday yet allows you to school your horse when needed. This bit functions as both a direct action and leverage bit using a curb strap or chain.

  • A nice bit that adds leverage and sends a stronger signal to the horse
  • Applies more pressure directly to the tongue, bars and corners of the mouth
  • Reins slots offer separate leverage options to achieve desired results
  • Top slot offers direct action and lower puts pressure on the mouth, curb and poll
  • Stainless steel twisted wire jointed mouthpiece and stainless cheeks
  • Curb hooks and chain are included
  • Mouth: 5"
  • Bit diameter: 10mm

What bits are made of
Stainless Steel Bits are most commonly made of stainless steel. Stainless steel can be cleaned and polished repeatedly without damaging the finish. It is strong, durable, and flavorless and does not impact salivation. Some stainless steel mouths are inlaid with copper.
Copper Copper encourages salivation to increase the sensitivity of the horse’s mouth. It warms up quicker than stainless steel in cold weather.
Sweet Iron Sweet iron is cold-rolled steel. The material appears rusty after repeated use. This oxidation tastes sweet to the horse and increases salivation.
Rubber Rubber softens the action of the bit as it is softer than traditional metals. Rubber-covered bits are generally thicker than metal.
Aluminum Aluminum is lightweight and easy to maintain.
Plastic Plastic bits are softer than traditional metal bits and they are durable. Many plastic bits are scented or flavored.
Nickel Silver Nickel silver is a nickel alloy, also known as German silver. It encourages salivation for a more sensitive and supple mouth.
Black Iron The material appears rusty after repeated use. This oxidation tastes sweet tot he horse and increases salivation.

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