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Neue Schule Aachen Weymouth Bit (45° forwards)

SKU: O4E-NSB00025

Availability: In stock

Ideal for horses that are above the bit or short in the neck

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Online for Equine offer the Neue Schule Aachen Weymouth.

The Neue Schule Aachen Weymouth Bit is a forward cut Weymouth (45° forwards) which offers additional lift off the bars of the mouth making it far kinder and gentler in action than a regular Weymouth.

The gentle slope of the mouthpiece forms a wide, low bridge over the tongue which takes pressure away from the sensitive outer edges and distributes pressure far more evenly across the tongue. This dressage legal Weymouth Bit is particularly useful for horses that are inclined to work above the bit and for those with a short tense neck as it promotes lowering of the head and lengthening through the neck, helping the horse to offer a soft, correct outline.

The mouthpiece is a continual oval 16mm in diameter which occupies minimal room between the tongue and the upper palate helping the horse to become more consistent; this oval profile mouthpiece offers an extremely good weight bearing surface in the mouth.

The Neue Schule Aachen Weymouth Bit is dressage legal, supplied with a polished stainless steel curb chain and is available in a 5"-6.25 mouthpiece.

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