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Elliptical Dressage Control Loose Ring

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Elliptical Dressage Control Loose Ring

Bombers

BLR00EDCM
Bombers

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The elliptical dressage spread pressure over the tongue. The mouth pieces are curved Comfy to soften the bar pressure. The mouth pieces and lozenge are ground flat to distribute the pressure evenly over tongue and bars, which together with the offset links further reduce pressure points. Allowing for a more accepted and relaxed contact, the horse will draw its head back and tuck its chin in, finding a better baalnce of control. 

In addition, all our bits are made from blue sweet iron, because it:

  • oxidises easily
  • encourages salivation
  • helps bit acceptance
  • is warm and sweet

Please note the blue will fade with use.

 

Thickness: 14mm for size under 130mm, 16mm for size 140mm

 

Reference : BLR00EDCM

 

 

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Stainless steel, laiton & Sweet iron: Bombers only uses the very best Stainless Steel. Brass is used in a some products. Most our mouthpieces are made from blue sweet iron, because it:

  • Oxidises easily
  • Encourages salivation
  • Helps bit acceptance
  • Is warm and sweet

Our bits should be washed after use and checked for wear. If the bit has been out of use for some time, a kitchen scourer maybe necessary to remove built up oxidation.

The Eliptical Dressage spreads pressure over tongue. The mouth pieces are curved comfy to soften the bar pressure. The mouth pieces and lozenge are ground flat to distribute the pressure. The mouth pieces and lozenge are ground flat to distribute the pressure evenly over tongue and bars, which together with the offset links further reduce pressure points. Allowing for a more accepted and relaxed contact, the horse will draw its head back and truck its chin in, finding a better balance of control. 

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