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Liverpool Driving Bit

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Liverpool Driving Bit

Stübben

2287
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New 124.50 Including tax

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Product Details

Reference: 2287

 

Shank length:

  • 70mm for 125
  • 90mm for 135

Mouthpiece type: full (not hollow)

 

Thickness of the mouthpiece: 

  • 14mm for 125
  • 16mm for 135

 

Weight: 600g

 

Benefits of the STEELtec Liverpool bit:
• Elegant and gentle on the horse’s mouth with SWEET Copper link
• The port has a forward inclination of 30°
• The stainless steel shanks are particularly firm. Due to the short shanks the rein aids are faster and more accurate. The upper shanks offer sufficient room to fasten the leather cheek pieces of the snaffle, thus the curb can be optimally adjusted to the horse.
• The flat hooks of the curb chain are more horse-friendly since the lips do not get pinched. The correct alignment of the curb chain is thus facilitated.

Benefits of SWEET Copper Link:
• Better acceptance
• Pleasant sweet taste of the middle piece
• Encourages chewing and salivation
• Solid copper composition (90% Copper, 7% Iron Aluminum, No Nickel) with very high strength (stronger than Argentan)
• Horses feel good with SWEET Copper

Stübben Steeltec quality:
• No rough edges that could hurt the horse's mouth
• Long durability due to selected materials
• A special processing technology ensures that bit holes and link pieces remain intact for longer

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Sweet copper mouth:

  • Sweet copper is a solid and high-quality nickel free copper alloy, that consists of 89% copper.
  • It activates saliva production and encourages the horse's responsive reaction to the rider's direction.
  • Horses love sweet copper

 

 

The Liverpool bit is used for hitching. 
The lower the reins are attached in the bit locations, the stronger the leverage created, and therefore the more severe the bit. 

 

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