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French mouth eggbut gag bit covered with leather

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French mouth eggbut gag bit covered with leather

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6C
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Product Details

Reference: 6C

Rings size: 50mm

Mouthpiece type: Full (not hollow)

Thickness: 20mm

Weight: 400g

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Virtually every horse like the feeling of leather in its mouth and reacts with increased chewing activity and more salivation. The more salivation, the better slides the bit in the mouth what means an increased well being of your horse. The anatomical shape of the mouthpiece adjusts when wet even more perfect to the anatomy of the horse's mouth. Extremely well suited is our leather mouthpiece for young and highly sensitive horses, disliking all other materials. This mouthpiece are tanned vegetable and stitched by hand.

Tips : Prior to the first use please soak the mouthpiece thoroughly in cooking oil. Please repeat since the leather seems dry to you. Prior to every use please soak briefly in cold water and rinse after use because saliva can erode the leather quickly. 

Leather is a vulnerable material, we strongly advise against using a bit that is too damaged, as this could injure the horse's bars, tongue and palate. 

German silver: 65% copper, 23% zinc, 12% nickel, relaxing and solid alloy.

Gag bit: Works on the horse's balance forces him to get his own balance. ant putting his weight on his hindquarters. It needs specific cheek parts. If can also be used with only one pair of reins, or with bit loops, or with 2 pairs of reins. 

French mouth bits: Avoids pinching the tongue. More comfortable for the horse, the action is balanced on both sides by the central part. Avoids any action on the palate.

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