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Brass Alloy

Bevel Bit with Lozenge Bevel Bit with Lozenge
€31.70
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BEVEL BIT WITH LOZENGE The bevel bit allows mild leverage, with a brass alloy lozenge to assist with salivation. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
Full cheek with Lozenge Full cheek with Lozenge
€34.15
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FULL CHEEK WITH LOZENGE Full cheeks assist with steering, whilst the lozenge prevents the 'nutcracker' effect of a single joint. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
Hanging Cheek Waterford with Brass Alloy Mouth Hanging Cheek Waterford with Brass Alloy Mouth
€32.95
In stock
The hanging cheek applies poll pressure to encourage the head down. The Waterford mouth's many links makes it difficult for the horse to lean or take hold.
Hanging Cheek with Lozenge Hanging Cheek with Lozenge
€32.95
In stock
HANGING CHEEK WITH LOZENGE Hanging cheeks help to encourage flexion, whilst the lozenge prevents the 'nutcracker' effect of a single joint. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
Mullen Mouth Pelham Mullen Mouth Pelham
€42.49
In stock
This mullen mouth Pelham is made from German silver to encourage salivation and softening. The mullen mouth element provides more space for the horse‚Äôs tongue and the bit can be used with two reins or Pelham roundings. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mout…
Small Ring French Link Eggbutt Bradoon Small Ring French Link Eggbutt Bradoon
€22.55
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German Silver encourages the horse to soften whereas the small loose rings are perfect for horses with small faces and those who prefer movement in the bit. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
Tom Thumb Waterford with Brass Alloy Mouth Tom Thumb Waterford with Brass Alloy Mouth
€31.70
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Tom Thumb Waterford with Brass Alloy Mouth (SHIRES - uk) The lifting effect at the front offers more control and precision making it good for jumping. The Waterford mouth should be worn 1/4" - 1/2" wider than standard to work effectively. Brass alloy assists with salivation. Size: 4.5", 5". 5.5", 6" Stainless steel is the most common material for bits. Durable, easy to clean, tasteless and it does…
Tom Thumb with Brass Alloy Mouth Tom Thumb with Brass Alloy Mouth
€34.15
In stock
Tom Thumb with Brass Alloy Mouth (SHIRES - uk) Especially good for jumping. A lifting effect at the front can help reduce leaning on the bit and enables control and precision. Brass alloy mouth assists with salivation, the lozenge link contours the tongue and forms a true contact enabling clearly defined aids to be given through the reins. Stainless steel is the most common material for bits. Dura…
Training Bit - 18Mm Mouth Training Bit - 18Mm Mouth
€34.15
In stock
A medium width German silver training bit designed to encourage the horse to soften. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
Training bit 14mm Training bit 14mm
€31.70
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TRAINING BIT - 14MM This training bit has a brass alloy mouthpiece to help the horse soften. How to measure your bit: A correctly fitting bit should have a fingers width on either side of the horses mouth. To ensure your new bit fits correctly measure the length of the mouthpiece from inside of the rings, as illustrated below.
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