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Explained Western S-Shank Curb Bit. Bridle bits are the most common type of horse bit. Bridle chisels create direct pressure on the mouth without leverage. Unlike curb chisels, however, snaffle chisels have no legs and thus exert less pressure on the horse's mouth.

What Bit Is Right For Me?

We also strongly recommend talking to someone who knows your equestrian skills (trainer, ride along, etc.) to get extra face-to-face feedbacks about your needs. The purchase of a high-quality bits demands the best possible informed choice, as it is an ongoing life-long project.

We offer our services to those who want to try out a mouth piece before buying to make sure they are familiar with the feature in terms of their driving styles. House-naffle mouthpiece: Perceptible mills for all-round printing on the rods and higher switch support. Equilibrated bridle mouthpiece: This is the only bridle that exerts perfect balance on both rods without one side being higher than the other.

Eliminate the shearing effect of a bridle. Sixty-fifty mouthpiece: The sophisticated construction allows the folding port to be controlled independently from the side, but at the same time cracks in the centre (roll) like a bridle. This causes a steed to lean in the fins while holding the shoulders and heads in the right positions.

Ideal for younger or light-mouthed ponies and is a good bridle cross. Dr. Tom Mouthpiece: Bristol teeth with a three-part opening that exerts on the rods and distributes the force to the lingual region. This is a beautiful bridle to shaft connection. Three' N A mouthpiece:

Cupper rolls are distributed over the reed to enhance lever action on the rods and the reed-pressures. Two-witch witch mouthpiece: Stricter mouthpieces, perfect for moods or interval workouts. Alternating use makes the jaw softer and the horses react better to their normal teeth. Name of Billy Allen: Self-contained side controls for high stroke and reed press for fast response time.

Restricted traverse path keeps the bridle from overpressure on the outer rods. Cross mouthpiece: Most coaches prefer this set of teeth to a bridle for youngsters. Unparalleled styling prevents the stallion from getting his tongues over the muzzle. Hinged port mouthpiece: Independently controlled sides provide better results when raising the shoulders and moving the saddle.

Mouthpiece correction: A good passage from a long-shaft bridle to a portwine. Pro Roller Correction Mouthpiece: A unique ball hinge pattern that is beautifully counterbalanced. Encourages the right toboggan and the superb tailstock. Equaliser mouthpiece: Shallow tapered opening with convenient cupro rolls provides a smooth deceleration before contacting. Suggested for use on a ready to ride equine.

The Sweetwater Mouthpiece: Relieves the strain on the tongues and keeps up the force for a proper alignment of the forehead and torso. Mouthpiece medium port: Easy opening provides lingual support without affecting the oral cavity. Mouthpiece high port: It is also a favourite of Western Pleasure to promote posture, collecting and the right trolley for your heads. Mouthpiece square port:

Smooth release of the switch and good grip on the rods. It is good for restless or jittery horses with a drum. D ring snaffle: This is the ideal tool for fine-tuning your intermedia workouts. Firm, staggered circles apply slight force to the rods and limbs. This is a good option for the development of side motion.

Ring bridle loose: Snaffle ball hinge ring: Snaffle Egg Butt: Hinges on the bridge with a reserved nozzle for side stabilty. Small, light and ideal for young horses with delicate mouths. Whole cheek snaffle: This is a popular option for finishing off an evolving equine.

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