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    Sensitive Bit Wave

    Acavallo Acavallo Sensitive Bit Wave

    €39,95

    Product description

    Horses love this new Acavallo bit for a wide variety of reasons:

    Horses love this new Acavallo bit for a wide variety of reasons:

    It is made of an innovative, anti-allergic plastic material instead of a heavy and/or cold metal or metal allloy.

    Its slightly arched and flattened mouthpiece ensures that pressure on tongue, yaws and mouth corners, if applicable, is distributed evenly.

    The one-piece design of mouthpiece and rings prevents a one-sided squeezing or pinching of tongue or yaws, as well as painful irritations of the palate.

    It enhances confidence of the horse in the rider’s hand because of its quiet and comfortable positioning in the mouth, helping the horse to find its own balance.

    Due to its integrated, flexible steel cable reinforcement, this bit provides for a soft, yet very secure control of the horse.

    Wave

    The new design, with a multitude of small "waves", is very suitable for horses with a hardened, special or sensitive mouth. Thanks to the wave-shaped design of the mouthpiece, horses learn not to pull or lean on the bit. The bit's waves and lightweight one-piece structure stimulate the horse's chewing activity, while learning to accept the balanced mouthpiece gently and evenly. It increases the confidence of the horse in the rider's hand due to its quiet and comfortable positioning in the mouth, allowing the horse to find its ideal balance under the rider. An ideal choice especially when training strong young horses and correcting difficult horses.

    Made in Italy

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