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Neue Schule

8022 E / 8023 E
Neue Schule

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Reference: 8022 E / 8023 E

Rings size: 55mm

Mouthpiece type: Full (not hollow)

Thickness: 14mm or 16mm

Weight: 265g

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The unique Salox® Gold possesses a high thermal conductivity. This means that the bit will warm to mouth temperature quickly and become ‘neutral’ to the horse, meaning that they are less likely to inwardly fixate on the mouthpiece and instead will be receptive to all the rider’s aids.

Occasionally, the horse’s bit may come into contact with the teeth- namely the incisors (as we put the bit in) and the premolars. In this case, care must be taken to ensure that there is no discomfort or damage to the tooth itself. Salox® Gold differs from standard stainless steel and other copper alloy bits in that it is a slightly softer metal, allowing it to safely absorb impact forces whilst protecting tooth enamel. This can make the mouthpiece easier to accept by the horse. 

Neue Schule aims to keep the bit comfortable but neutral in the horse’s mouth. The horse should not inwardly fixate on the bit, but instead be receptive to all our aids. The addition of aluminium which forms a protective insoluble alumina coating solves the issue. It is also self-healing – if the horse bites into the bit the insoluble surface oxide quickly re-forms to re-trap the ions. 

Good for horses who are tentative into the contact, inconsistent or too light.
Offers the stability within the mouth needed to boost the horse's confidence encouraging them to seek the bit, taking the rein forwards.
Great for horses that are prone to rubs on the lips. 

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