The ergonomically formed mouthpiece lies perfectly in the horse’s mouth resulting in soft and even pressure on the entire tongue area, encouraging the horse to chew.
Due to the curved joints the bit remains in the correct and central position on the tongue. The fine lozenge can direct gentle pressure pivotally onto the tongue. The bit encourages the confidence of the horse in the rider‘s hand and increases safety.
This bit lies very quietly in the horse‘s mouth as the cheeks prevent the bit from being pulled through the mouth. It avoids inconvenient pressure on the back teeth.
The mouthpiece remains in the correct central position letting the rein aids work perfectly with the horse‘s mouth. The fine lozenge can direct gentle pressure pivotally onto the tongue. The cheeks are most helpful with turning aids especially with young horses. The gentle pressure against the face on the outside of the turn supports the rider‘s aid making turns much easier for the horse to understand and for the rider to carry out. The upper part of the cheeks are curved outwards away from the horse to avoid uncomfortable pressure on the jaws.