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Item codeA0672

This curb bit has a fixed cheek which means there is no play between the mouthpiece and the cheek which is more comfortable for the corners of the lips and makes for a clearer rein signal. The top purchase which is the cheek from the bar of the mouth to the top denotes how much poll pressure you create and the shank which is the cheek from the bar of the mouth to the bottom denotes how much lower jaw pressure you get. This curb bit is comparatively lightweight and slim as the bradoon. More Info
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Item codeA0705

The length of the shank on the Weymouth determines how much leverage you have. You need the over all picture to look in proportion so a really short shank with a large horse will look silly. You are far better to have more leverage with an onward bound horse and use your reins less than have to hang on to the bits all the time if your signals are not responded to. More Info
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Item codeA0671

The Double Bridle is supposed to give refinement and definition to the horse's way of going. The Bradoon because it is the only jointed bit gives the most efficient turning signal and the Curb Bit if you set the chain properly, should encourage the horse to the end of the rein and give you the right degree of head yield and is the most effective brake out of the two bits. This pattern is very lightweight and small. Supplied with a curb chain. More Info
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Item codeA0641

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