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Magnus Straight Icelandic Silver SAMPLE SALE
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30% off SALE products in given sizes with small cosmetic damages that will not affect the use of the bit, only the look of it.
Example of cosmetic damages;
- Scratches in the color coating, nothing that you can feel at all.
- Small marks on the rings
- The sweet iron coating has started to rust (this is the natural oxidation process of the material)
Magnus is 5mm bigger in size, if the horse is between two sizes we recommend you to choose one size smaller.
”We wanted to create an Icelandic double bridle which is more suited to the Icelandic Horse. In collaboration with the team at Fager we have developed just this; here is the result!”
A true masterpiece; designed and developed in collaboration with Magnús Skúlason.
The Magnus Icelandic has everything you could wish for and more, with an innovatively designed multi-functioning Shank.Read more
The Shank design is split into sections to enable an second pair of reins to be used. This innovative twist of design provides an extremely versatile training tool; allowing you to increase or decrease leverage as needed, whilst training with the actual bit that you will use when competing.
Developed with ultimate comfort in the forefront of the design, our specialist engineering has produced a 100% smooth surface, incorporating the entire bit, including joints – allowing absolute fluidity and freedom in the mouth!
The joints are specifically designed so that they will never interfere with or push up against the palate, making this an extremely comfortable bit for your horse.
This innovative design incorporates a mechanism to allow gentle movement of the mouthpiece along the shank; a smooth gliding action which is very well balanced.
Note: The black color coating can be compared with car paint, if it get scratched with something hard, it will come off.
Please note that there will be spots where the hooks glide, if the horse bite on the bit or if you use reins attached with hooks.