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Stubben Sweet Copper Snaffle Bradoon
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Stubben Sweet Copper Snaffle Bradoon

Item # 37185
  • Designed for use in a double bridle with Stubben Weymouth bits
  • Shaped to provide comfort and to ensures compatibility of the metals
  • Sweet copper mouth encourages salivation and sensitivity and is readily accepted
  • Sweet copper is a nickel free alloy (90% copper, 7% iron and aluminum, 3% zinc)
  • Stainless steel ring diameter is 2 5/8” diameter (55mm)
  • Mouth:  5”, 5 ¼”, 5 ½” or 5 ¾
  • Bit diameter:  12mm
Item Options / Availability Quantity Price
#37185
$39.99

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Stubben Sweet Copper Snaffle Bradoon
 
5.0

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5.0

Excellent paired with Stubben Weymouth

By meme

from Williston, VT

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Light and the copper mouth encourages mouthing

Cons

  • Would have preferred a French link

Best Uses

    Comments about Stubben Sweet Copper Snaffle Bradoon:

    I bought this bradoon to pair with the Stubben Weymouth. My horse is an ex-jumper, ex-broodmare, who is kind but very, very strong. After using the full bridle for a few weeks, I've moved her to a French-link snaffle.

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