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The Dr. Bristol mouthpiece is a angled plate that gives an action straight across the middle of the tongue to ask the horse for a very definite yeild. More Info
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Item codeA0843

This is in effect a double jointed bit with room for the tongue in the centre because of the square port. More Info
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Item codeA0831

The hanging heek is a very versitile cheek as it not only takes some of the weight of the bit off the horses tongue you can also use an elastic or a leather curb behind the horses jaw to take some of the pressure out of the mouth and onto the jaw. More Info
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Item codeA0841

This hanging cheek supports the weight of the bit on the bridle because you place the cheek of the bridle in the small top slot on the purchase. This gives a clearer signal and more directional support. This small bradoon style of hanging cheek with a smaller rein ring does give a little poll pressure but only in a balance with the other pressures exerted when you use the reins. This pattern has a small cheek, ideal for use with small breeds and neat faces. More Info
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Item codeA0821

A hanging cheek with a mullen mouth acting right across the middle of the tongue. Very useful for horses that have clearly indicated that they do not like any sort of joint in the centre of the bit. More Info
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Item codeA0822

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