Sprenger - Hubertus Schmidt weymouth bit with high port

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Sprenger - Hubertus Schmidt weymouth bit with high port

HS Sprenger Hubertus Schmidt weymouth bit with high port and fixed curb chain hooks, prevents the flews from being pinched and therefore hurt. Maintains even pressure of the curb chain as the hooks are fixed on both sides and therefore do not move around anymore. The mouthpiece is made of Sensogan or Aurigan that produce the distinctive and pleasant taste that horses love. This particulare tast encourages horses to chew and produce saliva which promotes the rapid acceptance of the bit. The cheeks are made of stainless steel for highest strength and to fit silver bridle work. The Hubertus Schmidt weymouth bit with high port is availale with 7cm or 5cm lower part. Material: Sensogan or Aurigan, side parts: stainless steel, thickness: 16mm (5/8"), cheeks: 13cm (11cm), lower part: 7cm (5cm), sizes: 12.5cm (5"), 13.5cm (5 1/4"), 14.5cm (5 3/4"). Incl. sst curb chain. Sprenger item no. 42247.

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