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    Sam Marsh Baby Pelham

    Jump'in Jump'in Sam Marsh Baby Pelham

    €95,00

    Product description

    Description of baby pelham:

    • A baby pelham is a bit with a curb chain and short shanks, which gives pressure behind the ears and creates leverage.
    • A short-shanked pelham is also called baby pelham, and a long-shanked pelham is a common pelham.
    • The length of the shanks and the chin strap or curb chain determine the strength of the impact.
      The longer the shanks, the sharper the effect.
    • A pelham can be used with 2 reins; The one rein on the top ring for a soft grip and the other rein on the bottom ring for pelham leverage.
    • You can also use one rein by means of a connecting strap (Bridge), to which the rein is attached.
    • The use of a pelham makes it easier to set a horse deeply and is often used with stronger horses.
    • The pelham is not suitable for inexperienced riders or horses, this bit can work quite strongly.

    Straight mouthpiece features:

    • A straight mouthpiece consists of 1 piece and gives pressure on the tongue, layers and lips.
    • The shape and thickness of the mouthpiece determine where the pressure will be in the mouth.
    • A straight mouthpiece with a tongue port gives more pressure on the layers and keeps the tongue free.
    • The straighter and thicker the mouthpiece, the more pressure on the tongue.

    Sam Marsh mouthpiece features:

    This bit is placed flat in the horse's mouth and turns 90 degrees. This improves the fixation in the horse's mouth and thus the comfort, making the horse lighter in the hand.

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