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English Bristol

english bit?

if i use a loose-ring snaffle or a mediam port curb bit on my horse for western, what bit should i use for english? i was thinging just a eggbut or d ring, but can i use those for show too? he is going to be 8 this summer. should i get a kimberwick instead? thanks!
i show at local/4h shows and the english classes would just be pleasure and equitation. no jumping or dressage or anything.
so i think the magority says a d-ring? i have seen those with rings that you can attach the bridle and reins to for more leverage i am guessing. i already use a martingale to set his head, he does really well in that.

For english i always used to use a broken mouth peiced kimberwick. You can use snaffles for shows, and i prefer snaffles more than anything, Here are some bits you can consider

The kimberwick is a form of the pelham. As with the Pelham, the action of the Kimberwick is dependent upon the position of the riders hands. The rein slides on the d-shaped bit ring. If the hands are lowered prior to pressure being applied to the reins, the rein will slide about an inch and the bit will assume about a 45 degree angle in the mouth. This causes the mouthpiece to act in a downward and backward motion on the lower jaw. > This is complemented by the downward pressure on the poll, giving the bit a lowering action.

This particular bit has a French Link mouthpiece. The French Link is a small flat, peanut-shaped link in the center of the mouthpiece. It lays flat to the bit, as opposed to the Dr. Bristol in which the link is at an angle to the rest of the mouthpiece. The french link doesn't have the nutcracker action of a single jointed snaffle and therefore may be a good choice for horses with a low palate. Instead, the mouthpiece lays flat across the tongue. Obviously, there is a lot more mobility within the mouthpiece, and so, some horses that may get "set" in a single jointed or mullen-mouthed bit, may go lighter and lean on the bit less in the French Link. Although horses with large or sensitive tounges may not like the french link snaffle because of the close contact of the bit with the tongue.

The D-Ring snaffle is somewhat similar to the Eggbutt snaffle, in that the ends of the mouthpiece merge into a hinge, to which the ring attaches. This shape stops the corner of the mouth from being pinched between the mouthpiece and the rings.

The Loose Ring snaffle is a bit in which the mouthpiece attaches to free sliding rings. If the horse tries to "take a hold" of the bit, it will rotate on the rings, making it difficult for the horse to grab the bit and evade the rider. Sometimes the lips can get pinched where the mouthpiece meets the rings and if that happens, you may wish to choose either an Eggbutt or D-Ring snaffle instead.

ADD: you can use any bit you want in 4-h.

good luck 🙂

English Bristol