Sebastian Sweet iron Weymouth

Size guide
Width 115 mm / 4½” 125 mm / 5” 135 mm / 5¼” 145mm / 5¾”
Thickness 14 mm 14 mm 14 mm 14 mm
Lower shank 50 mm/70 mm 50 mm/70 mm 50 mm/70 mm 50 mm/70 mm
Weight ~165 g  ~175 g  ~185 g  ~195 g

Normal in size, if you are between two sizes then choose the larger one.


Fager Sebastian is a good choice if you would describe your horse as the following;

  • Young or unbalanced.
  • Sensitive for tongue pressure.
  • Finds it difficult to relax in a double bridle.
  • Needs more room for the Bridoon.
  • Has a conformationally small mouth, smaller than the average horse.
  • Sensitive mouthed and easily develops sores, cuts and rubs on the bars and corners of the mouth.
  • Falls behind the contact in other brands of Weymouth.

Sebastian’s mouthpiece is designed to provide a comfortable, high-ported Weymouth bit.  It is constructed of grey Sweet Iron.

Sweet iron encourages a young or unbalanced horse to take up the bit and carry it correctly.

Sebastian’s design has the port bent forward, directly over the tongue. This makes a huge difference when compared to having the bend tilted upwards.

When tilted forward, the port allows the tongue additional freedom as well as allowing the Bridoon more space as well.

As the reins are taken up and the horse seeks the connection towards the bit, it is preferable for the tongue to bear the majority of the pressure rather than the bars.

When pressure is applied to the curb rein, the shank of the bit rotates back towards the chest of the horse, pushing the mouthpiece forward against the tongue.

The chain is important to disperse the pressure evenly between the mouth, poll and chin.

In contrast, an upward port strongly increases the pressure on the bars which can create sores and inflict pain on a sensitive horse.

Sebastian comes supplied with hooks and chains.

  • A lighter contact
  • All bits
  • BITS
  • Bits for dressage or competition
  • Bits for strong horses
  • Bits with tongue relief
  • campaign
  • Category C - Double Bridle
  • Double Bridle Bits
  • Heavy & stiff in the hand
  • Maintain stability & consistency
  • My horse can be strong in the hand
  • My horse pulls against the contact
  • My horse puts their tongue over the bit and opens their mouth
  • Pressure wounds on the bars
  • Pressure wounds on the palate
  • Pressure wounds on the tongue
  • Reluctant to take up the contact
  • Small bits
  • Strong & stubborn
  • Stronger brakes, more control
  • Sweet taste
  • Wear on the premolars (P2)
  • Weymouth
  • Wolf teeth
  • Wounds at the corners of the mouth
  • Wounds inside the cheeks

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