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The French link distributes the pressure inside the mouth spreading the action into a U shape around the tongue instead of a triangular shape of the single joint. More Info
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Item codeA1211

The 4 Ring has a variety of mouthpieces and a choice of rein options. Because the mouthpiece is in effect a loose ring as the reins are used the mouthpiece has to slide all the way around to where the bit is attached to the bridle before the bit leverage part of the action is activated. And because the cheek has to go to nearly horizontal the mouthpiece is severely pulled downwards into the horse's lower jaw. The bit is normally used with just one rein attached to either of the small bottom rings to achieve poll pressure. Often better used with leather curb strap on the back to balance out the pressures. Also know by a variety of names, Continental Gag, Dutch Gag and bubble bit. More Info
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Item codeA1161

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Item codeA0277

The mullen mouth acts right across the tongue. The 4 Rings with the solid mouths really do work well if you bring in the third pressure of a chain or a leather curb strap as the mouthpiece does not collapse and you get the full advantage of using jaw pressure. More Info
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Item codeA1215

The port mouth allows for much more room in the centre of the bit for the horse's tongue. This bit works much better with a jaw strap. More Info
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Item codeA1217

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