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Bertie10

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Hi
I just wondered what peoples thoughts were on these bits & if they are worth the extra money. I have been recommended to use an eggbut with logenze for fatwork & a full cheek waterford for hacking & jumping.
Are they worth the extra money than the similar cheaper versions?
Thought the NS bitting helpline was fantastic but wanted some opinions before ordering.
Cheers!
B x
 

BigRed

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I think they are very well made and the horses like them. I have had the team up and now the verbindend.

When I look at my stainless steel french link that I bought from the local tack shop, vs the NS bit, the quality is miles apart.
 

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I use a lozenge snaffle and the universal gag, tbh i dont think the waterfords are any different. The snaffle i only have because it was cheap on ebay, you can now find copies that are of equal quality if you shop around that are much cheaper.
 

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I've just bought a four year old and have him in the NS loose ring beval with the tranz. lozenge and he really likes it.
Someone said to me a little while ago... it's madness that we spend so much on a horse, so much on a saddle, and then slap a £10 bit of metal in their mouth and expect acceptance of it. Just everything about the NS bits are better quality.
Well worth the cash IMO.
 

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The snaffle i only have because it was cheap on ebay, you can now find copies that are of equal quality if you shop around that are much cheaper.

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MaryMoo - what are the cheaper copies?
 

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lozeggbuttsnaffle.jpg


Cheap copy of lozenge snaffle, although schulung angled lozenge.
 

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My gelding goes really well in his NS bit, pony however goes nicely in the Sprenger WH Soft. Biting is very trial and error but I do generally like NS bits as they are very well made.
 

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Been having steering issues with my youngster so got the NS full cheek tranz lozenge snaffle for jumping especially xc which has worked wonders.

ps they're much cheaper from surreyequestrian.co.uk !
 
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