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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.