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Weymouth Mullen Mouth Titanium bit SOFIA

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Weymouth Mullen Mouth Titanium bit SOFIA

Fager

SOFIA
Fager

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Thickness: 14mm, 12mm over the tongue

 

Reference: SOFIA

 

 

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Titanium is very light and has a lower thermal capacity, which ensures better comfort for the horse, especially in cold weather. The lower weight helps the horse focus on the signals from the rider, instead of on the bit itself.

Titanium has several advantages:

  • Antibacterial and Biocompatible material
  • Superior strength and extremely lightweight in the mouth
  • Increases saliva, warm to the touch and encourages acceptance
  • Non-toxic and hypoallergenic
  • Low maintenance, easy to clean

Sofia's mouthpiece is a durable and comfortable, lightweight high ported Weymouth bit in the fantastic material - titanium.

Sofia has Fager's new Anoblast™ technique, making it the most durable and highest quality titanium bit on the market! The grey color comes naturally from the process.Together with Fager's titanium bridoon, this set weighs around 400 grams(!) less than a regular double bridle.

The port is bent forward directly over the tongue. There is a big difference to have the bend tilted forward instead of upwards. 

When it is tilted forward, it will give the tongue freedom when it is placed inside the mouth. It also will give the bridoon more space.

When the reins are taken and the horse seeks the connection towards the bit, we want the tongue to take most of the pressure and not the bars.

When the curb rein is pulled, the shank of the bit rotates back towards the chest of the horse, the mouthpiece is pushed forward against the tongue.

The chain is important to divide the pressure between the mouth-poll and chin.

A port upwards will instead highly increase the pressure on the bars and most likely create friction wounds on a sensitive horse. 

Hooks and chain are included.

 

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