The loose ring cheek can discourage fixing and leaning as it has much more movement than a fixed cheek to follow the angle of the tongue. The shaped lozenge offers even pressure and encourages mouthing and contact. Mouthpiece thickness: 15mm. Cheek height: 65mm.
Sweet iron and copper encourages salivation and produces a pleasant taste in the horse's mouth. Raised copper ribs can help to prevent the horse taking too much of a hold. Three rings offer leverage options to increase severity.
The Waterford bit is composed of many different links making it hard for the horse to take a hold or lean. Waterford mouth bits should be used under supervision or by experienced riders. Mouthpiece thickness: 18mm. Cheek height: 65mm.
Fine hand-polished blue steel finish that gives off a taste enjoyed by the horse and stimulates salivation. Curved to reduce the "nutcracker" action and to alleviate pressure on the tongue and bars of the mouth. Prevents contact with the roof of the horses mouth. Allows for effective communication between horse and rider whilst encouraging relaxation and salivation. A mobile bit which discourages fixing and leaning on the forehand.
This exciting new range of ergonomically designed bits features a 90% copper mouthpiece to help promote salivation. An angled lozenge centre will facilitate a better contact through a more comfortable mouthpiece. This mouthpiece has a more defined angle which allows more precise aids ,but still allows a light contact to promotes a softer but quicker response.