Spoon bit

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a bit for boring, hollowed or furrowed along one side.

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he's had his problems and has had two wind ops, but he has a spoon bit and noseband now and he is as good a horse as we've ever had here - definitely on a par with canford cliffs.
The five-year-old mare was sporting blinkers for the first time and because she has had soft palette trouble, was fitted with a spoon bit.
Nobody rides Goodwood better than Hughes, whose faith in Toronado has been consistent, even after that lacklustre Guineas display, since when he was fitted with a special spoon bit as connections suspected he had displaced his palate.