Description Kimblewick snaffle bit:
A Kimblewick is a bit that belongs to the category of the Pelhams, but only one rein is used. The effect of a Kimblewick is softer than a pelham. The lower the rein is placed, the sharper this bit will be. The effect is bigger when used in combination with a curb chain. This bit finds its origin in the driving sport, but is also popular with show jumpers. The Kimblewick snaffle bit is not suitable for inexperienced riders and horses.
Properties of the straight mouthpiece:
A straight mouthpiece often works sharper than a single or double broken mouthpiece. The shape of the mouthpiece determines where the pressure will lie in the mouth. A straight mouthpiece with 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.