Daniel Sweet iron Weymouth SALE
OBSERVE; this is a SALE bit, available in size 125mm with shank length 7cm.
This particular bit is on sale with the reason of the oxidizing process that has started because the bit has been in contact with moisture during the transport. It have never been used and are new. It’s the natural process of a sweet iron bit and this is how a new sweet iron bit usually look after being used a couple of times.
Please notis that all the SALE bits will look different depending on how much moisture they was in contact with, the photos are showing examples of how it can look.
You can read more about the material and how it works above.
These SALE bits are non-refundable and can’t be can’t be changed or returned due to hygienic reasons.
Fager Daniel is recommended if you would describe your horse as the following:
- Has a large fleshy tongue, larger than most horses.
- Pulls against the reins.
- Requires more stability and encouragement to maintain a better connection.
- Easily develops cuts/sores on the bars/corners of the mouth.
Daniel’s mouthpiece incorporates a comfortable, wide-ported Weymouth bit in grey Sweet Iron.
The Sweet Iron is used to encourage the horse to accept the bit and carry it correctly in the mouth.
Daniel is the ‘go-to’ choice if you are uncertain about how your horse will react in a Weymouth. It works for horses with smaller and bigger/wider tongues, without creating pressure on the sensitive bars.
The chain is a key feature which acts to distribute the pressure between the mouth poll and chin. Hooks and chain are included.
- A more connected contact
- All bits
- Behind the hand yet sensitive to the aids
- Bits for sensitive horses
- Bits for strong horses
- Bits with tongue relief
- Double Bridle Bits
- Maintain stability & consistency
- Maintains a good contact; an uncomplicated ride
- My horse can be anxious and drop the contact
- My horse pulls against the contact
- My horse puts their tongue over the bit and opens their mouth
- Pressure wounds on the palate
- Pressure wounds on the tongue
- Reluctant to take up the contact
- Sweet taste
- Wear on the premolars (P2)
- Wolf teeth
- Wounds at the corners of the mouth
- Wounds inside the cheeks
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