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    Default Where to buy gag bit?

    Looking for a friend, where would one buy a Waterford American gag?



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    The American Gag place. They make all different mouth pieces, but they are in the UK. They may ship?

    Here is one with a waterford mouth:
    http://www.abitspecial.com/american-...rican-gag.html
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    There is also a waterford elevator gag here: http://www.marystack.com/pessoa-wate...FQyk4AodHm4AxQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLeventer View Post
    The American Gag place. They make all different mouth pieces, but they are in the UK. They may ship?

    Here is one with a waterford mouth:
    http://www.abitspecial.com/american-...rican-gag.html
    Something like this yes. Hoping to find it here in Canada or the US.



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    Neue schule makes one. It's pricey but I really like how they design the links on their Waterford. I order my NS bits from the UK (better price usually) but if you really prefer to buy in the US, the Cheshire Horse and AllEnglishTack stock that bit.
    http://cheshirehorse.com/Waterford-J...it-P12286.aspx

    http://www.hastilowusa.com/neue-schu...rd-jumper.html



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    if you want a bit with bigger rings, try a tack store in a polo area Tackeria in Wellington for example has an amazing selection....



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    Call Beval



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    The Tack Box in Middleburg 540-687-3231



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    I have the Happy Mouth American Gag from Dover: http://equestrian.doversaddlery.com/...32yulzo55would that work for you?
    I use it for the jumpers, and it has been a lifesaver. My horse is a freight train, but also very sensitive (i.e. would go backwards with too much hand).



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