The Weymouth bit is always used together with a Bradoon bit. This is a combination of two bits that are used in the higher classes, mainly dressage. The Weymouth is always used in combination with a curb chain. The rings of the Bradoon are smaller than normal, so there is enough room left for the leverage functioning of the Weymouth. For the Weymouth and Bradoon a special bridle is required or extra cheekpieces. This combination of the two bits is used to get the head and neck of the horse in the required position. A Weymouth combination should only be used by very experienced riders and a horse that is well trained and can tolerate some pressure.