Pee Wee Bit

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  • $110.00

This Bit comes in 4 sizes

Mini- 3-4” size (Shetlands or similar)

Small- 4-5” size (Ponies, Galloways, small Cob)

Medium- 5-6” size *most common size (Cobs,  Hackneys ,Quarter horses, Thoroughbreds, Paints, Appaloosas, Suffolk’s Paints, Appaloosas, Warmbloods)

Large- 6-7” size (Irish Drafts, Belgians, Clydesdales, Percherons)

The three unique features of the Pee Wee Horse bit

1. The Macs Equine Pee Wee bit is unique in that it is the only bit that has a floating mouth piece! This unique feature prevents the horse’s tongue being pinched against the teeth, as a result the horse does not learn to put its tongue over the bit. It also allows the horse to eat and drink freely as the horses tongue can move freely with the floating mouth piece.
2. The Macs Equine Pee Wee bit has a thinner mouth piece which allows room in the horse’s mouth for both the mouth piece and the tongue, as research shows 80% of horses have low palates and the majority of traditional bits have thick mouth pieces which create constant bruising to the soft palate. The Pee Wee has a sweet iron mouth piece that stimulates saliva and prevents the horse’s mouth from drying out. Sweet iron also tastes great to a horse and promotes a pleasurable experience.

3. The Pee Wee is the only bit on the market where the big rings do not contact the sensitive side of the horses face. The Pee wee eliminates the horses lips being forced against the teeth. In other bits the pinching causes the horse pain and results in the horse leaning on the bit and tossing its head to the side. The large rings of the Pee Wee fold back over the outside of the small side bars. These unique side bars keep the rings away from the lips. The side bars are strategically positioned just outside of the lower jaw and only contact the jaw when rein contact is given, giving a clear signal to the horse to move away from the pressure. The side bars are a revolutionary feature that creates a direct signal on the outside of the horses jaw and makes it easy for the horse to understand the command given.