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A larger Port alleviates pressure right in the middle of the tongue. The space you have to work with inside the Horses mouth is from the bottom bar into the roof which on most horses is about 11/4" to 11/2" so a port of 1" or 11/4" for most horses is acceptable. Remember that any bit that a horse wears is sandwiched between the roof and the tongue so it has no problem with bits touching the roof of the mouth. More Info
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Item codeA1403

The jointed mouthpeices do not work as well when used on a cheek that employs leverage and a chain or strap. As you pull the reins, the branches of the bit collapse inwards throwing any chain action free so that the pressure of the chain does not come into play. More Info
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Item codeA1421

The jointed mouthpeices do not work as well when used on a cheek that emplys leverage and a chain or strap. As you pull the reins the branches of the bit collapse inwards throwing any chain action free so that the pressure of the chain does not come into play. More Info
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Item codeA1422

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Item codeA1412

The mullen mouth has a mild action taking the action evenly straight across the middle of the tongue. Either 2 or 3 slot, giving variable levels of poll pressure. More Info
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Item codeA1411

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