If you would describe your horse as something with the following;
- Needs to come more forward towards the bit
- Sensitive for tongue pressure
- Hard to relax with a double bridle
- Have a smaller mouth
- Falls behind with other Weymouth
Philip’s mouthpiece is a comfortable, high ported, back angled Weymouth in Grey Sweet iron.
Sweet iron will encourage a young or unbalance horse to take the bit and carry it correctly.
The port is bent with a 45degree angle over the tongue. This will give the tongue more freedom and encouraging the horse to be forward and work into the contact.
The chain is important to divide the pressure between the mouth-poll and chin.
Hooks and chains are included.
|SIZE||THICKNESS||LOWER SHANK LENGTH|
|115mm||14mm, 12mm over the tongue||50mm or 70mm|
|125mm||14mm, 12mm over the tongue||50mm or 70mm|
|135mm||14mm, 12mm over the tongue||50mm or 70mm|
|145mm||14mm, 12mm over the tongue||50mm or 70mm|
Normal in size. If you are between sizes, go up.