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The plate in the centre lies upwards towards the back of the mouth, pinning the tongue down into the jaw and preventing the tongue from coming over the bit. A last resort when all else has failed. Trying to find the reason why the horse is putting the tongue over the bit is a better course of action. Abbey has a variety of bits with mouthpieces that allow for more tongue room.More Info
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The roller in the middle of the mouth discourages leaning on the mouthpiece. More Info
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The breaking keys are quite an old fashioned idea supposed to encourage a young horse to play with the bit. If it is to be a riding horse then perhaps this is not such a desirable trait to encourage. More Info
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