BIT LOGIC 127 PLAY TO WIN H J G I 7-1/2”Cheek This cheek style can be used for training, pleasure riding or competition. It has a 2-1/2” purchase with a 5” shank. The shank is swept back like the 6” style, but to a lesser degree, offering more leverage. When properly adjusted it is still a mild cheek, but has plenty of control at increased speeds. Dogbone This versatile mouthpiece wraps the tongue when pressure is applied. Pressure is also realized on the chin from the curb strap to the bars and corners of the mouth. This bit works well on well broke young horses or light-mouthed older horses. I. SSPSBIT7SS29 $49.99 J. TBBIT37SS29 $76.99 FloatingSpade Stainless steel cheek with copper inlaid floating spade mouthpiece that wraps over the tongue with pressure. This is a great bit to introduce a horse to palate pressure as you transition to ported bits. H. SSPSBIT7SS24 $49.99 Chain Stainless steel cheek with an inlaid copper chain mouthpiece. Good for reiterating bend and flex. Mild and pinchless sweet iron is comfortable, and applies even pressure to the corners of the mouth and tongue. G. SSPSBIT7SS30 $49.99 Snaffle This is one of the most popular bits with all horsemen. It applies more pressure to the tongue than the dogbone, giving it a quicker response. Offers lateral pull and collection. E. SSPSBIT7SS20 $49.99 F. TBBIT37SS20 $76.99 F E