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    EquiKind Full Cheek Double Jointed - Peanut Link

    Shires Shires EquiKind Full Cheek Double Jointed - Peanut Link

    €39,95

    • EquiKind Full Cheek Double Jointed - Peanut Link

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      Shires EquiKind Full Cheek Double Jointed - Peanut Link

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      €39,95 Incl. tax

      • SKU: 8132-125

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      Shires EquiKind Full Cheek Double Jointed - Peanut Link.
      An EquiKind mouthpiece is thinner than a standard rubber mouthpiece.
      Thickness: 15mm

      Product description

      EquiKind - Rubber

      • EquiKind bits are stainless steel bits with a rubber EquiKind coating.
      • An EquiKind mouthpiece is thinner than a standard rubber mouthpiece and more comfortable for horses with limited mouth space.
      • Ideal for horses with a sensitive mouth or those who don't like metal in their mouths.

      Full cheek:

      • The side pieces of a full cheek have 2 bars on the side and therefore cannot be pulled through the mouth.
      • These bars create more pressure on the horse's cheeks, which makes maneuverability easier.
      • A full cheek is stable and quiet in the mouth, ideal for training young horses.
      • Depending on the type, thickness and material, a full cheek is given a sharper or softer effect.

      Double Jointed - Peanut Link

      • The double Jointed mouthpiece consists of 3 parts.
      • The middle part of this mouthpiece lies flat on the tongue and will put more pressure on the tongue than a single jointed mouthpiece.
      • The thicker the middle part, the more pressure on the tongue.
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