The Pelham bit combines the function of a snaffle and the action of a curb bit. The top rein provides snaffle pressure to the tongue and corners of the mouth, while the bottom rein increases leverage and curb chain pressure. The mouthpiece is slightly curved to accommodate the tongue and creates even pressure on the bars of the mouth and the horse's tongue. The thicker mouthpiece is softer on the corners and the bars of the mouth. Pressure created by the reins is spread over a larger surface area. The hard rubber mouthpiece offers a warmer and softer option to stainless steel.
Top reign provides snaffle pressure to tongue and corners of mouth
Bottom rein increases leverage and curb chain pressure
Sightly curved to accommodate tongue and creates even pressure on bars of mouth and tongue
Thicker mouthpiece is softer on the corners and bars of mouth
Pressure created by reins is spread over large surface area
Hard rubber mouthpiece offers warmer and softer option to stainless steel
**Due to the contagious nature of the equine disease EHV 1 and per biosecurity measure guidelines suggested by the American Association of Equine Practitioners, The Farm House will no longer accept any returns on bits or bit accessories.**
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