Tredelat bett med rullar
The hanging cheek bit exerts a little poll pressure to encourage flexion. The loose brass alloy discs in the centre can help to soothe a fussy tongued horse.
The loose ring cheek can discourage fixing and leaning as it has much more movement
The mullen mouth is very stable in the horse´s mouth
The loose ring cheek has greater movement than a fixed cheek allowing it to follow
The two ring cheeks allow adaptable poll pressure and leverage on the mouthpiece
Especially good for jumping the Tom ThumbÂ cheek has a lifting effect in front and offers more control and precision
Combines poll pressure and leverage, for a mild gag action.