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Sliding Cheek Bits

Pump candars at Picadera

The leverage of a classical curb bit affects the mouth, the lower jaw and the neck. With a sliding cheek curb bit this effect is somewhat delayed. The mouthpiece first slides a little way up the curb bit trees before acting on the mouth, lower jaw and neck. This ensures a rhythmic up and down action which can help mouthy horses to relax their jaws. A horse that is loose in the mouth runs more contentedly and can use its body apparatus better, as the looseness can affect the whole horse. The pump curb at Picadera can be used alone or in combination with bradoon .

The sliding cheek curb bit INGLES Mullen Mouth is made of stainless steel. The movable curb bit trees are in the English style. The anatomically shaped mouthpiece is especially advantageous for horses with very thick tongues, as it offers a lot of port .

The sliding cheek curb bit INGLES is distinguished by its ported mouthpiece with a low port. The arch in the middle relieves the pressure on the centre of the tongue. This bit is also made of stainless steel and in the English style.

The sliding cheek curb bit VAQUERO Mullen Mouth is made of burnished iron. The side pieces are in typical Spanish style. The foam stirrup prevents the horse from catching the curb bit with its lips. The anatomically shaped Mullen Mouth makes the mouthpiece also suitable for horses with a fleshy tongue. Due to the shape, the curb lies evenly on the tongue. Natural oxidation processes encourage the bit , which is made of burnished iron, to salivate, as noble rust can form over time. Here, too, it is recommended to occasionally rub the bit with a cloth soaked in olive oil.

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  • Spanish baby sliding cheek curb bit with Mullen Mouth mouthpiece  and stainless steel foam hanger at Picadera

    Baby Curb VAQUERO Mullen Mouth stainless steel with foam stirrup and sliding cheek

    109  incl. VAT

    Contains 19% VAT.
  • Pelham in stainless steel with Mullen Mouth from Sweet Iron at Picadera

    Pelham INGLES Sweet Iron Mullen Mouth with stainless steel side panels and sliding cheek

    99  incl. VAT

    Contains 19% VAT.
  • sliding cheek curb bit with low port in stainless steel from Picadera Front

    Sliding cheek curb bit INGLES low port Stainless steel

    99  incl. VAT

    Contains 19% VAT.
  • sliding cheek curb bit Mullen Mouth  stainless steel from Picadera Front

    Sliding cheek curb bit INGLES Mullen Mouth Stainless steel

    99  incl. VAT

    Contains 19% VAT.

Pump candars at Picadera

The leverage of a classical curb bit affects the mouth, the lower jaw and the neck. With a sliding cheek curb bit this effect is somewhat delayed. The mouthpiece first slides a little way up the curb bit trees before acting on the mouth, lower jaw and neck. This ensures a rhythmic up and down action which can help mouthy horses to relax their jaws. A horse that is loose in the mouth runs more contentedly and can use its body apparatus better, as the looseness can affect the whole horse. The pump curb at Picadera can be used alone or in combination with bradoon .

The sliding cheek curb bit INGLES Mullen Mouth is made of stainless steel. The movable curb bit trees are in the English style. The anatomically shaped mouthpiece is especially advantageous for horses with very thick tongues, as it offers a lot of port .

The sliding cheek curb bit INGLES is distinguished by its ported mouthpiece with a low port. The arch in the middle relieves the pressure on the centre of the tongue. This bit is also made of stainless steel and in the English style.

The sliding cheek curb bit VAQUERO Mullen Mouth is made of burnished iron. The side pieces are in typical Spanish style. The foam stirrup prevents the horse from catching the curb bit with its lips. The anatomically shaped Mullen Mouth makes the mouthpiece also suitable for horses with a fleshy tongue. Due to the shape, the curb lies evenly on the tongue. Natural oxidation processes encourage the bit , which is made of burnished iron, to salivate, as noble rust can form over time. Here, too, it is recommended to occasionally rub the bit with a cloth soaked in olive oil.