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    Sweet Iron Pelham, Waterford

    Trust Trust Sweet Iron Pelham, Waterford

    €165,00

    Product description

     Double broken Pelham with Waterford in the middle.


    Delivered pelham straps. You can find these with the accessories.

    Not suitable for the inexperienced rider or horse.

    Pelham:

    A mouthpiece, and shanks on the side. The pelham comes with short and long shanks.

    This bit can be used with 1 or 2 reins.

    You can also use a pelham strap, this connect the bitring with the ring of the shank. Only one rein is used when using this strap.

    The Pelham is used in combination with a curbchain.

    The Pelham is not suitable for inexperienced riders or horses, this bit can work quite strongly when the leverage comes in.

     

    Properties of a double-broken mouthpiece:

      • With a double-broken mouthpiece, the accent is more on the pressure on the tongue.
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      • Features; waterford; mouthpiece:
        Because of the many links in this mouthpiece, the horse will not grab this mouthpiece as quickly. A disadvantage of this mouthpiece is that a connection with the mouth of the horse is more difficult to obtain. This bit works reasonably sharp.r.

    . Sweet iron properties

      • By contact with (air) humidity oxidizes (blue color turns into brown price) the mouthpiece. The surface rust tastes sweet and stimulates the saliva production in a natural way.
      • More stimulation of saliva production, better bit acceptance.
      • The orange-brown rust layer (after temporarily not using the bit) is easy to remove with a damp cloth.

         

         

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