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    Sweet Iron Eggbut, "locked"

    Trust Trust Sweet Iron Eggbut, "locked"


    Product description

    Description Eggbut: </ strong> </ p>

    The eggbut is a basic bit. It is generally a soft bit. The rings can not move freely and as a result the help from the hand works a bit more directly. Because the rings can not move loose from the nozzle, bit rings are not necessary. The bit is fairly stable in the mouth. </ P>

    The eggbut are advised for young horses and for a rider with a normal hand. </ p>

    Blue steel properties: (sweet iron) </ strong> </ p>

    Bits made of blue steel are made of a mix of various materials, also called alloys. This gives a sweet taste. The mouthpiece of these bits have a blue or black & nbsp; colour. If the bit is used, the blue or black & nbsp; oxidise the layer, and then become orange / brown in color of the rust. This rust gives that sweet taste. A sweet taste promotes saliva formation and the assumption of the bit. </ P>

    Properties only broken mouthpiece: </ strong> </ p>

    Due to the breaking point of the only broken mouthpiece the tongue will be more free than with a double broken mouthpiece or rod. A single broken mouthpiece works mainly on the layers and the side of the tongue. </ P>

    Characteristics nozzle with locked: </ strong> </ p>

    A ridge with a blockage gives the rider the feeling of a basic bite at normal rein pressure, however, when the horse becomes strong or gives the rider rein pressure, this nozzle offers a blocking effect in 1 direction. It will work as a bar at that time. This bit is therefore not suitable for an inexperienced rider or horse. </ P>


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