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Happy Mouth Pro King Dee Ring Roller Snaffle Bit

Our Price: $62.95 MSRP: $72.95 - You Save: $10.00

The classic design of the Happy Mouth Pro King Dee Snaffle Bit is made even more enjoyable for your horse with this 99.9% pure copper roller.  The soft and comfortable mouthpiece is sure to be a hit with your horse, it even features an exclusive apple scent to encourage your horse to readily take the bit.  Traditional dee ring cheek pieces allow for rein action appropriate for nearly any riding discipline!

The ergonomically shaped and curved center-link mouthpiece sits comfortably in the horse's mouth providing gentle, yet effective contact and control without the "nutcracker" effect of traditional single-jointed snaffle mouthpieces.  Made from non-toxic space age plastic, this bit is a great alternative to traditional metal.


  • Ergonomically Shaped Sweet Copper Mouthpiece Design
  • Rounded Solid Copper Center Link Creates Flexible Movement
  • Long-Lasting Favorable Apple Scent
  • Durable and Non-Toxic Plastic Mouthpieces


Mouth Thickness 5/8" 16mm
Ring Width 2 1/2" 63mm
Ring Height 3" 76mm
Copper Roller Width 7/8" 22mm

Copper promotes natural salivation, keeping your horse's mouth supple and responsive to subtle rein cues while also providing a distinctively pleasant taste and smell to encourage rapid bit acceptance and maintain comfort throughout the riding experience.

Due to the construction on the cheek, this bit style will measure 1/4” less than the listed sizes state.

If you have any further questions regarding all of our bit options and what bit would best suit your horse, feel free to call one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives at 800-620-9145! You can also review our Bit Returns Program here!

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Comments: My gelding takes this bit willingly. It allows very soft hands. If you are thinking of bitless because your horse-in-training is fussy with a bit, I would give this one a try. I have two bitless bridles and my experience is that a good bit on a young horse in training is a better tool and leads to more correct communication. 
From: Marcia Pimentel- Ft. White, Florida, USA

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