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Weymouth big shank with angled tongue port


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Weymouth big shank with angled tongue port



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Product Details

Reference: 0036GA

Shank length: 140mm (bottom 65mm)

Mouthpiece type: Full (not hollow)

Thickness: 18mm

Weight: 580g

Complementary information

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

Weymouth bit: Small or large cheeks. If the bit is with slide cheek it will have a more relaxing action. The tongue's way is sticking out to avoid any pinching.

The Lhotte Weymouth bit is fixed and is the most classic of them all. The port gives a great comfort to the horse, it leaves room for the bradoon bit and for the horse's tongue. The Weymouth bit action depends on the mouthpiece but also and most of all, on the size of the shanks. The longer the shanks the more action it will have. This weymouth bits are only used combined with a bradoon bit and so on a double bridle or with a double bridle bit connectors that can be added to any bridle. The angled tongue port brings the horse to take the contact and leaves more space for the badroon bit therefore providing comfort. Some horses need this type of weymouth in order to reassure the contact. It can change a horse's locomotion.

Clean with water after each use and occasionally with a special cleaning product for bits.

If you are not completely convinced by this bit, you can convert your purchase into a rental. We will refund you the price of the bit minus a flat rate of 15€. For more information, please go to the "Bit trial" section of your menu. 

Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information on this bit by clicking here!