Double Bridle Bits

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      BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR HORSE?CHECK AS MANY OR FEW BOXES THAT DESCRIBES YOUR HORSE

      WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES YOUR HORSE?

      DO YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING?

      DO YOUR HORSE HAVE ANY OF FOLLOWING?

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      DOUBLE BRIDLE

      The bradoon (also called bridoon) is used the same way as a snaffle, usually with smaller rings, loose or fixed. A Bradoon should be placed the same way as your snaffle, close to the mouth corner.

      The Weymouth is a curb with a leverage effect and rests slightly lower than the bradoon. A short shank (5cm) will have an uplifting effect, while a 7cm shank will keep the contact further down. The Weymouth should be 0,5-1cm bigger than the Bradoon; this will help the upper Cheek bar (also called purchase) to glide more freely.

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